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Extraction of raw materials could rise 60% by 2060 – and making mining ‘greener’...

Gareth Dale debunks the notion that mass extraction of minerals is necessary for an ecologically sustainable society.

Why the world’s first flight powered entirely by sustainable aviation fuel is a green...

November saw the first transatlantic flight using what’s claimed to be a sustainable aviation fuel. Gareth Dale and Josh Moos interrogate the latest claims for green flight.

Oily Money Out – a leap forward for British environmentalism

The international climate movement bamboozled London's fossil fuel conference. rs21 members report.

Will a green transition benefit Africa?

What if climate adaptation continues to mirror logics of fossil capital?

Report from the Global Climate Jobs conference

Critical discussions on the role workers’ organising must play in the transition to a zero carbon economy.

Earthquake in Morocco: neoliberal failure and popular solidarity

A solidarity statement written by Moroccan socialists after the earthquake of early September 2023

Sunak wants to kill our planet

Gus Woody argues that the Tories' latest environmental U-turns are part of a cynical power grab that all socialists should resist. Yesterday, Rishi Sunak announced that he was watering down many of the already meagre...

Ende Gelände ‘System Change Camp’ report

The recent environmental justice movement camp held in Germany demonstrates the importance of building international networks in the climate movement.