20 Sep 2009
Sunday blog round up
'There's a view that the market is the reason we're in this mess," he acknowledges, "and that giant multinational corporations have chewed up the earth, and left us with this legacy. And that's true. No question about it, the market has been an engine for huge destruction. But that's not a reason to reject the market' More here from hey its killings us but lets keep on with it.
Fish...more bad news on haddock and 'Deep sea fishing is strip mining the sea for luxury fish' here
'While they talk about cutting services and tightening belts, we’ll be arguing for low-carbon investments that will create jobs, keep tax revenue coming in, and fund frontline services' Caroline Lucas interview here.
Rules for Radicals, Bob Morris has been blogging about Saul Alinsky who was Mr Strategy here.
The US right are in bits and the godfather of the neo-cons Irving Kristol has gone to the big bunker in the sky (?) more here.
Organized Rage argues that the war on drugs is more about war than drugs here.
Croydon Greens are fighting the incinerator menace.
Here in Berkshire my amigo Adrian reports on some shit happening.
Meanwhile in Peru the indigenous are going to evict Hunt oil from the Amazon '"We have to attack on every level—using the courts but ready to defend our territory physicaly."
“There is a worry that in 2016 there might not be enough electricity.” not according to the new blog leftfootforward.
and the climate change book I wrote the intro for is reviewed favourably here and panned here....take your pick.
Love critical reviews with the word 'infected' in them.
Just had this via Roger Hallam of Vote No Heathrow, please spread the word. Things are rapidly taking off for the campaign now the hung...
My friend Mehmet Aksoy was killed by Isis in Raqqa, Syria on 26th September this year. He had been working as a journalist and comm...
(Photo from Newroz, a year or two ago!) Statement from Jeremy Corbyn on Afrin On Saturday's # DefendAfrin demonstration ...
My next book will be out in the autumn, its a guide to Elinor Ostrom, first woman to win the Nobel for Economics, published by P...