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Please note that there is no translation for articles, papers and writings. Some might be english with no french equivalent and vice versa.

Merci de noter qu’il n’y a pas de traduction pour les articles, papiers et écrits. Certains peuvent être en anglais et sans équivalent en français et vice versa.


Dismantle Corporate Power Dictionary

A dictionary compiling a working list of definitions and terminology to equip community activists with language and understanding to challenge extractivism and dismantle corporate power. This dictionary is brought to you by the Alternative Information & Development Centre in partnership with the Southern African Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power and the Right to Say No campaign.

The science of climate

IPCC Sixth Assessment Report
The Sixth Assessment Report consists of contributions from each of the three IPCC Working Groups and a Synthesis Report (SYR), which integrates the Working Group contributions and the Special Reports produced in the cycle. The report was finalized on 6 August 2021 during the 14th Session of Working Group I and 54th Session of the IPCC.

The planetary boundaries
The planetary boundaries concept presents a set of nine planetary boundaries within which humanity can continue to develop and thrive for generations to come

Facing the Anthropocene
I wrote Facing the Anthropocene to help bridge the gap between Earth System science and ecosocialism—to show socialists why they must understand the Anthropocene, and to show Earth System scientists why they must understand ecological Marxism. (Ian Angus)

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Rapid heating of Indian Ocean worsening cyclones, say scientists. This article is more than 1 year old Rising ocean temperatures caused by climate crisis increasing number of cyclones and intensity of storms, say experts.

Global North ‘climate reparations’ to prevent Southern fossil-fuel conflict Mozambique’s gas curse, Islamic insurgency, imperial-sub imperial capital accumulation and a climate-just alternative to international military intervention

19 August 2021 by Patrick Bond

The effect of Cuban agroecology in mitigating the metabolic rift: A quantitative approach to Latin American food production

The historical development of capitalism created what Karl Marx called a rift in the social metabolism with nature, whereby soil nutrients were systematically siphoned into cities where they were discarded as waste and thus did not return to the land. (Mauricio Betancourt)

The Capitalinian: The First Geological Age of the Anthropocene

The geologic time scale, dividing the 4.6 billion years of Earth history into nested eons, eras, periods, epochs, and ages, is one of the great scientific achievements of the last two centuries. Each division is directed at environmental change on an Earth System scale based on stratigraphic evidence, such as rocks or ice cores.  (Monthly Review)

A Madagascar, le jeune Toavina lutte pour la justice climatique #générationclimat

Toavina Rasolofoson fait partie de cette génération qui partout dans le monde s’engage pour la justice climatique. Avec l’organisation Craad Oi, soutenue par le CCFD-Terre Solidaire, il alerte sur l’impact du développement des industries extractives, consommatrices d’eau et de terres à Madagascar. Notamment dans le sud du pays en proie à une sécheresse historique.

Marie-Monique Robin : « La biodiversité contribue à protéger notre santé »

Le dernier film de Marie-Monique Robin, « La fabrique des pandémies », montre le rôle des humains dans l’émergence et la diffusion de zoonoses, comme le Covid-19. Le message est clair : pour protéger notre santé, il faut préserver la biodiversité. (

Climate jobs at two minutes to midnight.

The Million Climate Jobs Campaign is an alliance of trade unions, social movements and popular organisations campaigning for a million climate jobs as part of the transition to a low-carbon and sustainable development path.(Brian Ashley)

En eaux troubles / Troubled waters

Version Fr : Comment l’«économie bleue» perpétue les injustices historiques à l’île Maurice.

Eng version : How the blue economy perpetuates historical injustices in Mauritius.

Transnational Institute / Centre for Alternative Research and Studies

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