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Climate records are being broken by large margins and Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton are both failing to offer solutions writes Alex Bainbridge.

Ecosocialism 2024

The theme of Ecosocialism 2024 is “Climate action not war” for good reason. It takes place shortly after scientists warn of catastrophic global heating and it takes place amid new global arms race. Sam Wainwright urges you to book your ticket.

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Treasurer Jim Chalmers said Labor’s third budget will 'ease cost-of-living pressures', but it does not include any raise to JobSeeker or other payments. Isaac Nellist reports. 

Federal budgets are about choosing where public money should be spent. Instead, governments cynically use them to manipulate public fears and expectations, argues Peter Boyle.

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For young people today, the “Australian dream” is rapidly turning into a nightmare. Isaac Nellist reports.

“Banning Green Left from a platform which the people-powered, activist media outlet has used for years to disseminate critical information, build movements and expose injustice and inequity, and take a staunchly anti-capitalist stance is a disgrace,” said New South Wales Greens MP for Newtown Jenny Leong.

Social media corporations exercise a lot of power to manipulate people’s social and political views. As their power grows, Pip Hinman and Susan Price urge you to support Green Left’s voice-for-the-resistance journalism.

Women deserve to be safe, respected, equal

Anthony Albanese’s refusal to tackle structural disadvantage reveals his “commitment to gender equality” is a farce, argues Isaac Nellist.

Bob Marley was adored by millions, especially the youth of poor countries such as Morocco. His son should be protested at WOMADelaide for supporting Israel's genocide of Palestinians, writes Sue Bull.

We must stop normalising the “revolving door” phenomenon — the movement of individuals from public office to private companies and vice versa, argues Jacob Andrewartha.

COP28 protest in Sydney for climate action

Expectations were never high for COP28, but as the climate deniers have managed to subvert the summit’s goals, Alex Bainbridge argues Australia must set its own climate transition plan.

First, we were to blame — spending too much on avocado on toast. Now, blame has been shifted to boomers. Isaac Nellist looks at what's driving the cost of living and housing crises.