Energy

Finite film

Jeremy Williams reviews Finite, a new film on coal protests in Britain and Germany, which will screen in Australia later this year.

Ecosocialist bookshelf

Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents a selection of new books for people who want to protect the world and transform society.

Knitting Nannas and Friends gathered outside Santos’ Sydney office to protest, as the company held its annual general meeting in Tarndanya/Adelaide. Marie Flood reports.

Protest

Activists are stepping up their pressure on the United States to impose sanctions on North American oil and gas companies financing the Myanmar military's war against the people, reports Peter Boyle.

Climate activists gathered outside the Newtown branch of the National Australia Bank to demand the bank stop funding Whitehaven Coal. Jim McIlroy reports.

RCMP officers raid Wet’suwet’en Village Site

Police officers from Canada's secretive unit known as the C-IRG arrested five land defenders, most of them Indigenous women, in a raid at a camp on unceded Wet'suwet'en territory, reports Jeff Shantz.

Allan Todd discusses the urgent need to address climate change and the upcoming Extinction Rebellion protest in London calling for system change to tackle the climate, social and economic crises.

Protest in France

John Mullen describes the escalating revolt against pensions attacks in France and argues for an indefinite strike to defeat Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron's attack on workers.

Workers hold banner that reads '8 hours labour, 8 hours recreation, 8 hours rest'

Tim Gooden celebrates those workers who won the 8-hour working day and proposes five campaigns the union movement must fight for today.

The new Safeguard Mechanism protects the fossil fuel industry and does nothing to save our climate from disaster according to Richard Denniss. Jim McIlroy reports.

An impending investigation may shed some light on abuses at the hands of RCMP officers against Indigenous land defenders and mining and forestry protesters, reports Jeff Shantz.

Japanese Marxist academic Kohei Saito, author of Capital in the Anthropocene, will be a keynote speaker at Ecosocialism 2023, organised by Green Left. Peter Boyle reports.