These links to reports, articles and booksare all ones which we have found useful. We welcome recommendations for additions and short reviews of the content of any of them. Please let us know if any of the links become broken.
- Political Scenarios for Climate Disaster
- THE MOVEMENT WE NEED: Andreas Malm: Revolutionary Strategy in a Warming World
- No Empires, No Dust Bowls: Ecological Disasters and the Lessons of History
- GREEN QUESTIONS – Lola Seaton
- Plan, Mood, Battlefield – Reflections on the Green New Deal
- Migration in the age of Imperialism’s four horsemen: Part 1
- Politicizing energy justice and energy system transitions: Fossil fuel divestment and a ” just transition ”
- Realizing a just and equitable transition away from fossil fuels
This report considers the challenges of transition, and the extent to which existing policies measure up, by considering in detail the cases of the USA and Thailand. Report includes an extensive list of references to further material on the topic.
A critical look at economic growth
Blaming all of humanity for climate change lets capitalism off the hook.
Report from the Stay Grounded Collective
Podcast: Capitalism and Climate Breakdown with Gareth Dale also available in shorter text form here.
“To Halt Climate Change, We Need an Ecological Leninism” A Jacobin interview with Andreas Malm
The authors argue that the claim that runaway climate change has made societal collapse inevitable is not only wrong – it undermines the cause of the climate movement.
A critical look at Net Zero: Good Slogan, Dodgy Target. Lots of governments, corporations and NGOs are getting very excited about “net-zero” right now – but what does it really mean, and is it as good as it sounds?
Carbon Pricing – a briefing document from Trade Unions for Energy Democracy
Power, workers and the fight for climate justice – in an article in the journal Midnight Sun Tara Olivetree looks at how we can build the power to win – written in the Canadian context but contains some very useful arguments and ideas
Paper by Malm and Carton – Seize the Means of Carbon Removal: The Political Economy of Direct Air Capture
Review of The New Climate War: the fight to take back our planet, by Michael E. Mann (London: Scribe Publications, 2021). By Simon Pirani
Potential and risks of hydrogen-based e-fuels in climate change mitigation
Falko Ueckerdt, Christian Bauer, Alois Dirnaichner, Jordan Everall, Romain Sacchi & Gunnar Luderer
Decoding the Hype Behind the Natural Gas Industry’s Hydrogen Push
DeSmog takes a critical look at the burgeoning new fuel — and debunks some of the myths surrounding it
Green Capitalism – the God that failed by Richard Smith -World Economics Association Book Series, Volume 5. Available for download as a PDF.
Fight the Fire – green new deals and global climate jobs by Jonathan Neale
The Ecologist has published the digital version of Fight the Fire for free so that it is accessible to all. Click on this link to download a PDF or ebook from the Ecologist website.