The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey isn't a "natural disaster". The misery of millions of people is down to capitalism in general and Trump in particular.
"We cannot seriously tackle climate change or provide global social justice without overcoming capitalism, its obsession with growth and its mechanisms of exploitation."
What lies at the deadly intersection of further imperialist carbon wars and the inexorable threat of catastrophic climate change?
How can we trace the interconnections between war, famine, pestilence and conquest that are being unleashed in a new form as the climate crisis unfolds?
The union machine has once more been reduced to crying foul and continues to pursue a fatally discredited partnership model of industrial peace and 'responsible' trade unionism.
Brian Parkin comments on the extension of chemical giant Ineos' control over the Scottish energy economy and calls for radical, democratic and green working class resistance.
Students at Kings College are occupying part of the Strand Campus in order to pressure management to divest from fossil fuels
Ewa Barker reports on the continuing fight against fracking in Lancashire.
Bettina Trabant argues that Trump's disregard of climate change is yet another reason to oppose his presidency.
The protectors in Kirby Misperton know they are on the frontline. They are determined to stop the frackers, using direct action if necessary.