Preventing Ecological Catastrophe Means Abolishing Hierarchy and Domination

Written by Yavor Tarinski / Image source: conservationmagazine.org   The notion that man must dominate nature emerges directly from the domination of man by man[1] Murray Bookchin   Nowadays the need to act against the ongoing environmental degradation seems more than evident. From marginal activist groups to governments of the strongest countries on the planet, […]

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September 25, 2018

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Direct Democracy, Social Ecology and Public Time

Written by Alexandros Schismenos   One could argue that since the dawn of modernity, humanity is in a situation of constant crisis. Today, however, we find ourselves amidst a nexus of crises, economic crisis, political crisis, ecological and anthropological crisis, while the human environments’ very existence is threatened.   The privatization of public space, under […]

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September 11, 2017

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Our best chance for solving the climate crisis — direct democracy and equality

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 […]

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February 27, 2017

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