Twentieth-century socialist countries get a worse environmental rap than they deserve, and some social theorists are attempting to reinvigorate Marx for the Anthropocene. Here’s where they go wrong.
Four scholars and one of the original “biospherians” offer their takes on perhaps the largest private science experiment in history.
A writer’s poignant reflections on care and healing. What might happen if we all turned toward, instead of away?
Activists at Standing Rock bring a sense of ceremony to environmental politics.
Paying renewed attention to culture, history, and environment can help us confront the problem of gerrymandering and draw electoral districts that make sense.
This comparison of the Leap and the Ecomodernist Manifestos finds hope in an ethic of care.
Markets have become increasingly popular for enacting conservation goals, but they challenge us to consider our relationship to nature in new ways.
In the last few weeks, two grand juries declined to indict the police officers who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner. What can scholars in the environmental humanities and social sciences say about racialized state violence?
GAS, or “Gear Acquisition Syndrome,” affects even environmentalists. Is it a noble disease or a base symptom of consumerism?
A response to Peter Hessler’s New Yorker essay “Tales of the Trash” reveals how garbage in Cairo is both rich with politics and littered with orientalist distractions.