Volume 23, Number 2

A People's Green New Deal

Summer 2020

Response to ‘An Atlas for a Green New Deal’

What is there to learn from Fleming’s “Atlas for the Green New Deal”? Rather than plowing forward as if the answers could be determined on the basis of ever-improved computation, Fleming’s team has chosen to properly recognize the lived...

Three Baskets by Shan Goshorn

Three baskets by Eastern Band of Cherokee artist Shan Goshorn, woven from reproductions of manuscripts and photographs to meditate on the past, present, and future of Native people

Dominion

The antique postcards pretend to show a more innocent, pre-crisis America. But Capitalism is baked into those old-timey pictures. We live -- and have lived from the beginning -- in an economic system that places profit above all other...

Why the Green New Deal Needs Mobility Justice

As countries seek to recover from COVID-19, will society return to the high-mobility, high-energy, high-carbon economy of the past? Or will we shift to a low-carbon economy, one premised on more resilient, regenerative, and circular forms...

A Strategy for Transformation

We are tumbling from a global pandemic into what could become an economic depression, all this while the climate crisis relentlessly unfolds in the shadow of the media. The need for meaningful and sincere answers on how to address these...

The Politics of Imagination

It is estimated that more than a billion animals burned to death in the bushfires that raged throughout Australia at the beginning of this decade. The end of the last decade was not merciful either; fires in the Amazon rainforest, the...

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