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Introducing Ecosocialism: 10 essential articles, 5 essential books. (Copyright © 2014 Climate & Capitalism)

Ecosocialism is not a new theory or brand of socialism — it is socialism with Marx’s important insights on ecology restored, socialism committed to the fight against ecological destruction.

These articles and books provide an introduction to that perspective,  focusing on works that are brief, clear, and readily available. The authors don’t agree on everything. They don’t even agree on whether “ecosocialism” is an appropriate term. You may call this perspective ecosocialism or ecological Marxism or socialist environmentalism, or just socialism: it’s the ideas, not the labels, that count.


Ian Angus: How to make an ecosocialist revolution

John Bellamy Foster: The 4 laws of ecology and the 4 anti-ecological laws of capitalism

Chris Williams: What would a sustainable society look like?

Ian Angus: Ecosocialism: for a society of good ancestors!

Ecosocialist International Network: Belem Ecosocialist Declaration

Daniel Tanuro: Global warming and the ecosocialist alternative

Phil Ward: The ecological crisis and its consequences for socialists

John Bellamy Foster: Ecology and transition capitalism - socialism

Ian Angus: Why we need an ecosocialist revolution

Ian Angus: The spectre of 21st century barbarism


1. Ian Angus and Simon Butler: Too Many? Population, Immigration and Environmental Crisis

2. Ian Angus (editor): The Global Fight for Climate Justice

3. F.Magdoff and J.Bellamy: What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism

4. Joel Kovel: The Enemy of Nature: The End of Capitalism or the End of the World?

5. Chris Williams: Ecology and Socialism: Solutions to Capitalist Ecological Crisis