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Card image 08 July 2019 The Conversation

Marxist scholar Harold Wolpe’s ideas still speak to South Africa’s problems

During the apartheid period in South Africa – 1948 to 1994 – a lively intellectual culture of opposition emerged on some of the country’s university campuses and within the broader anti-apartheid movement…

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Halting new extraction projects will not be enough to stay within our rapidly dwindling carbon budget Some existing fossil fuel licences and production will need to be revoked and phased out early. Governments need to start tackling head-on how to do this https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/may/17/shut-down-fossil-fuel-production-sites-early-to-avoid-climate-chaos-says-study?CMP=share_btn_tw

A bit late, but here is my review of "The future is Degrowth" by @MGSchmelzer @a_vansi and Andrea Vetter, published by the ever fantastic @VersoBooks
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It’s here!!! Turning Land into Capital: Development and Dispossession in the Mekong Region with UWash Press, eds Philip Hirsch, Natalia Scurrah & Michael Dwyer (not tweeters) with stellar contributors. Folks, this took 8 years…making it read more like a monograph than edited vol

The “dinosaur chart”:

Most of the increases in carbon dioxide emissions since the year 1990 have been due to the consumption of the global top 10% income earners.

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