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13 March 2019
Build a mass working-class struggle to achieve it!
On Friday 15 March, tens of thousands of school and college students are expected to once again walk out of their classrooms
20 February 2019
On 15 February, tens of thousands of school and college students walked out of their lessons to join protests across the country to demand action over climate change and environmental destruction.
13 February 2019
15 February youth strike for climate: We welcome this youth strike - mass collective action is what is required
30 January 2019
60 people have so far been killed and 292 are still missing after a dam operated by mining company Vale collapsed, releasing a wave of iron ore waste. Nobody has been found alive since 26 January
28 November 2018
Was there ever a starker example of the destructive and unplanned nature of capitalism than the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) findings?
17 October 2018
After seven years of an England-wide ban on fracking, high court judge Justice Supperstone has overturned a request for an injunction on the soon to be opened fracking site in Lancashire run by Cuadrilla.
29 August 2018
On all fronts - from the environment and infrastructure, to jobs and services, to health and wellbeing - this system is failing us. It's no wonder that people are looking for an alternative.
29 August 2018
A lot has happened on the fracking front in recent months. Notably, fracking companies Cuadrilla and Ineos have been awarded High Court injunctions which, in effect, restrict many forms of legitimate protest.
24 August 2018
'Earth Overshoot Day' - the day when every natural resource has been overconsumed to the point it could not recover within that year - has jumped forward almost three months in a decade
25 July 2018
Plastic waste is now penetrating every corner of the globe, from the Arctic to the Antarctic and including the Mariana Trench, the deepest point on Earth.
11 July 2018
June was the driest month on record in south east and central southern England, while Scotland recorded its highest ever temperature of 33.2C in Motherwell.
30 May 2018
Nationalise water and utilities!: Serious leaks, rising domestic use, and massive consumption by an unsustainable energy sector, mean much of England could see water shortages in the coming decades, says the Environment Agency.
29 March 2018
Axe PFI, not trees: On the BBC a journalist suggested the Labour council had finally caved in to pressure and was willing to open meaningful negotiations
7 March 2018
Despite sub-zero temperatures from the "Beast from the East" on the first morning of the strike and intimidating tactics from the local management, FCC recycling workers are standing firm
24 January 2018
A rapidly growing mountain of plastic waste is polluting the world's land and oceans
22 November 2017
The feared surge in global warming gases in 2016 has been confirmed - researchers found the highest atmospheric carbon dioxide levels in 800,000 years
8 November 2017
Leeds council should not just accept the diktats of the Tory government
13 September 2017
Public ownership of energy and transport is fundamental if we're to sort this out
6 September 2017
Is global warming worsening events such as the monsoon floods in Northern India and Bangladesh and Hurricane Harvey in the Gulf of Mexico?
6 September 2017
In the following article Socialist Alternative members (US co-thinkers of the Socialist Party) report on the devastating impact of Hurricane Harvey and the failure of establishment politicians and capitalism to prepare for such increasing extreme weather events
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