Six new books for reds and greens, as recommended by Climate and Capitalist editor Ian Angus.
Editor of Climate and Capitalism Ian Angus takes a look at five new books of interest to ecosocalists.
Monthly Review, July/August 2018
Special double issue on metabolic rifts
Red-Green Revolution: The Politics and Technology of Ecosocialism
Political Animal Press 2018
Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus takes a look at a series of new books of interest for ecosocialists.
Ian Angus, editor of Climate and Capitalism, takes a look at six new books of interest to ecosocialists — from pro-corporate “environmentalism” to the struggle of indigenous peoples in Latin America and the scramble for Africa’s natural resources.
Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus looks at six new books for reds and greens covering climate change and disease’ capitalist power and the planet’s future’ brain, body, and environment’ oceanic art and science’ essential fungi and life, and the political economy of water.
Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change
By Mary Beth Pfeiffer
Island Press, 2018
Below are overviews of six new books for an ecosocialist bookshelf, compiled by Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus. They look at the Science for the People movement, health care under capitalism, the criminalising of poverty, Yemen in crisis, the origins of everything, and communism and democracy.
Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus looks at five important new books on famines, deadly epidemics and the pesticide poisons in our food.
Below are five new books for the bookshelves of ecosocialists. They cover climate change, the Anthropocene, water and food — plus an inspiring account of the Russian Revolution by award-winning science fiction writer China Mieville.
“The world’s poorest countries, those with the lowest greenhouse gas emissions, will be the most severely affected by extreme temperatures brought on by global warming.”
Statements such as that appear in virtually every report and article on climate change. A feature of most such statements is use of the future tense: the poorest countries will be worse-hit than the rich ones.