Environmental Crisis Bundle
For you or your friend who fights for our environment...
How do we create a sustainable and just future for the planet and its people? This bundle gathers some of the many threads of environmentalist struggle to help us formulate an answer to that question. Will the Flower Slip Through the Asphalt brings together writers Naomi Klein, John Bellamy Foster, Amitav Ghosh, susan abulhawa, and others to think about climate in relation to everything from occupation in Palestine and Standing Rock to hijab and air conditioning. Max Ajl and Salvatore Engel-di Mauro's books talk about how to understand socialist responses to the climate crisis in the world today, and finally, Who Killed Berta Cáceres? looks at the life and struggle of an indigenous activist who gave her life in the fight for basic human rights, despite being targeted by huge corporations and the state, and the mystery of her death. Each prompts us to think about the conditions of capitalism and imperialism that brought us to this point, as well as to examine new pathways for safeguarding our planet.
- A People's Green New Deal by Max Ajl
- Socialist States and the Environment: Lessons for Ecosocialist Futures by Salvatore Engel-di Mauro
- Who Killed Berta Cáceres?: Dams, Death Squads, and an Indigenous Defender's Battle for the Planet by Nina Lakhani
- Will the Flower Slip Through the Asphalt: Writers Respond to Capitalist Change edited by Vijay Prashad