Written by Antonis Broumas The Patriarchal Relation with Nature The root causes of the environmental crisis are social and that they lie in social relations of domination and exploitation. Social hierarchies and social stratification have parallel histories with man’s domination over nature. Ecological degradation from human causes precedes capitalism. It is a phenomenon dating back […]Read More The Capital-Nation-State Complex and the Environment
Article by Thomas Jeffrey Miley. First published at ROAR Magazine in October 2017. Could Öcalan’s democratic confederalism offer a revolutionary alternative to the stalemated outcomes of the Catalan and Kurdish independence referendums? Police violence against peaceful demonstrators in Barcelona. Military occupation by Iraqi army forces in Kirkuk. Institutions of autonomy and self-rule severely […]Read More The Perils and Promise of Self-Determination
Written by Yavor Tarinski The apocalyptic images that we see in contemporary fictional cinema and literature seem to be not that far from materializing and in real life. Talks about the end of life as we know it are beginning to make more sense as information about the possible consequences of the unfolding global warming […]Read More Our best chance for solving the climate crisis — direct democracy and equality
The following interview with Dimitri Roussopoulos was conducted by Sophia Reuss for Alternatives International. Dimitri Roussopoulos, TRISE chair member, is a Montreal-based political activist, writer, editor, publisher, and community organizer and he was a member of an International Peace Delegation that visited Istanbul, Turkey from 14 – 17 February, 2016. The delegation, which was organized by the […]Read More “The People of Rojava are Staging a Social Revolution”
A panel discussion titled Urban Land: Private, Public or Community Ownership? was held in Montreal on November 12, 2015. Presented by Planners Network – Montreal chapter, Geography Undergraduate Student Society (GUSS), Urban Planning Association (UPA) and the Geography Graduates (Geograds). The discussion offers a very valuable record of an ongoing discussion on the present and future of […]Read More Urban Land: Private, Public or Community Ownership?
This mission statement of TRISE was adopted at the first conference in 2013 and then slightly modified after the second one in 2014. TRISE mission statement – Toward Democratic and Ecological Cities At the United Nations Rio + 20 world summit that took place on the environmental crisis, its failure forced both the official and unofficial […]Read More Mission statement