Building a new environmentalism

James S Murray

James Murray argues that a new form of environmentalism represents our last best hope for tackling the looming challenges the global economy now faces

I am not a big fan of the prefix "neo"; it makes me think of Nazis, Marxists, and Keanu Reeves in The Matrix. As such I instinctively bristled earlier this summer upon reading Paul Kingsnorth's critique...

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