[Various authors] Reconsidering Primitivism, Technology, & the Wild

Fifth Estate #365, Summer 2004 This issue’s theme opens up a universe of vigorous discussion and argument. All three concepts invoked by the (...)

SHANTZ, Jeff. "Radical Ecology and Class Struggle: A Re-Consideration"

Introduction In recent years a variety of social movement and environmental commentators have devoted a great deal of energy to efforts which (...)

SHANTZ, Jeff. "Syndicalism, Ecology and Feminism: Judi Bari’s Vision"

According to the late Wobbly organizer and Earth Firster, Judi Bari, a truly biocentric perspective must really challenge the system of (...)

MESSERSMITH-GLAVIN, Paul. Between Social Ecology and Deep Ecology: Gary Snyder’s Ecological Philosophy

Published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies Gary Snyder is not a philosopher, nor does he “consider himself particularly a ‘Beat.’”(1) (...)

SHANTZ, J. A. ; ADAM, B. D. "Ecology and class : The green syndicalism of IWW/Earth First Local 1"

International journal of sociology and social policy (1999) 19 (7 8)pp. 43-72.

CLARK, John P. "Ecopolitics as a Politics of Spirit"

What is ecopolitics? We notice first that the term is derived from ecology, a logos, that is, a reasoning about, or reflection on, the oikos, the (...)

ALBRECHT, Glenn. "Ethics, Anarchy and Sustainable Development"

Anarchist Studies, Volume 2, 2003 No.2 "This paper will critically contrast two approaches in ethical and political thought that have taken (...)

CRUMP, John. "Ecology and Politics"

Anarchist Studies 3 (1995) 2:169-172

CRUMP, John. "Green Politics"

Anarchist Studies 2 (1994) 2: 153-158

PARENTI, Michael. "Why the Corporate Rich Oppose Environmentalism"

In 1876, Marx’s collaborator, Frederich Engels, offered a prophetic caveat: "Let us not . . . flatter ourselves overmuch on account of our human (...)

ZERZAN, John. "Feral"

"Radical environmentalists appreciate that the turning of national forests into tree farms is merely a part of the overall project that also (...)

Country Life

Britain, with its heavily-subsidised agriculture, has fewer land workers per head of population than any other European country. It has fewer (...)