On Saturday 17 November, there will a one-day conference in Edinburgh to discuss the transition to a sustainable low carbon economy.
A movement is building that could bring about the end of the fossil fuel industry and replace it, from the bottom up, with something new.
The government has persistently allowed private interests in construction, industry and tourism to be prioritised over serious ecological and safety concerns.
ANTARSYA call for resources to be directed towards defence against fires and flooding, and away from debt repayments and military spending.
Fifty years after the 1968 uprisings, social struggles are flaring up in France once again following attacks on workers and universities
BiFab’s transition from oil-based fabrication to wind illustrates how those skills can be employed in developing a low carbon economy.
Pete Cannell and Willie Black report on the battle in defence of workers’ jobs at Scottish engineering firm BiFab.
Through the combination of the defiance of an occupying workforce and a vision of a green industrial strategy, the prospect of democratic resistance is possible.
UK manufacturing workers must reject a continued dependency on defence contracts in favour of a re-dedication of industry to environmentally and socially beneficial production.
In the UK the fight against fracking is the front line of resistance to climate change, writes Ewa Barker.