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Learn more about <em>MR</em>&nbsp;<a title="Monthly Review" href="http://monthlyreview.org/about" target="_self">at the main website</a>.</p> Monthly Review Foundation en-US Monthly Review 0027-0520 <p>Please see <a title="Reprint Permissions" href="https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">here for reprint requests</a>.</p> Ecology and the Future of History https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6156 <p>Contradicting previous liberal notions of an "end of history," humanity is now facing unprecedented threats to our species' survival, but an environmental proletariat to combat them is emerging.</p> John Bellamy Foster Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 119 134 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_9 Surviving Collapse Through Social Transformation and Regeneration https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6155 <p>As the effects of the climate crisis become ever-more deeply felt worldwide, our vision of the future must be grounded in radical imaginaries of the world to come, based on the experiences of those who suffer most under the current system of exploitation and violence.</p> Christina Ergas Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 107 118 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_8 End Ecocidal Capitalism or Exterminate Life on Planet Earth https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6154 <p>The South African climate justice movement presents a model for popular revolt against the ecofascist project.</p> Vishwas Satgar Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 94 106 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_7 Measures to Defend Life on Planet Earth and Improve Living Conditions https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6153 <p>Out of the dissatisfaction with the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Brazilian popular movements came together to propose measures to defend life on Earth.</p> - Brazilian popular movements Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 92 93 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_6 We Only Have One Planet—Defending It Will Require Collective Measures https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6151 <p>As climate change and the deforestation of the Amazon alters conditions of life across Latin America, it is clear that planetary defense will require an organized mass movement of all working people against the levers of global capital.</p> João Pedro Stedile Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 86 91 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_5 Climate Imperialism in the Twenty-First Century https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6150 <p>Climate imperialism has emerged as a new—and potentially even the most lethal—form of imperialism in the world economy today. Confronting it requires recognizing and dealing with all its different aspects. But it also requires addressing the monopolies of knowledge created by the global regime of intellectual property rights that has been instituted and cemented by hegemonic world powers.</p> Jayati Ghosh Shouvik Chakraborty Debamanyu Das Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 70 85 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_4 Surviving Through Community Building in Catastrophic Times https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6149 <p>Over the last twenty years, China has gained recognition for its efforts to reduce pollution and remediate the effects of industrialization within its borders. To mitigate the adverse effects of this reality, communities are returning to grassroots projects that present an alternative to unchecked globalization.</p> Sit Tsui Lau Kin Chi Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 54 68 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_3 The Limits to Growth: Ecosocialism or Barbarism https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6148 <p>A major deficiency of the growth-obsessed model driving global neoliberal economic policy is its lack of understanding on the Earth System on which it—and indeed, all life on Earth—relies.</p> Alberto Garzón Espinosa Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 35 53 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_2 Socialism and Ecological Survival: An Introduction https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6147 <p>Time is running out for humanity to avoid a catastrophic planetary tipping point. Widespread mass mobilizations of populations worldwide must fight to bring about revolutionary societal changes and dismantle neoliberal monopoly capitalism, with its reliance on extractive exploitation of our planet's resources and communities.</p> John Bellamy Foster Brett Clark Copyright (c) 2022 https://monthlyreview.org/contact/reprint-permissions/ 2022-07-03 2022-07-03 1 33 10.14452/MR-074-03-2022-07_1 Notes from the Editors, July-August 2022 https://monthlyreviewarchives.org/mr/article/view/6145 <div class="buynow"><a title="Back issue of Monthly Review Volume 74, Number 3 (July-August 2022)" href="https://monthlyreview.org/product/mr-074-03-2022-07/">buy this issue</a></div> <p>Between 1949 and 1980, over a hundred articles in Monthly Review dealt with the Soviet Union directly, with many more addressing it indirectly. 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