‘A new way of life’: the Marxist, post-capitalist, green manifesto captivating Japan / by Justin McCurry

Kohei Saito’s book Capital in the Anthropocene, inspired by Karl Marx’s writings on the environment, has become a surprise hit in Japan | Image: newsonjapan.com Originally published in The Guardian on September 9, 2022 Kohei Saito’s book Capital in the Anthropocene has become an unlikely hit among young people and is about to be translatedContinue reading “‘A new way of life’: the Marxist, post-capitalist, green manifesto captivating Japan / by Justin McCurry”

You can’t have it both ways—just transition requires demilitarization / by Joshua K. McEvoy

An F-35A Lightning II during a flight near the Vermont Air National Guard Base, South Burlington, Vermont, December 9, 2021. Photo courtesy United States Air Force/Wikimedia Commons. We must recognize the role of militarization in perpetuating climate and ecological destruction As many others have pointed out, last month’s announcement of the Liberal-NDP supply and confidence agreement included veryContinue reading “You can’t have it both ways—just transition requires demilitarization / by Joshua K. McEvoy”