Even Amid Give-Back Demands, Workers Can Still Safeguard Pensions

By Steve Early, LA Progressive. -

In recent decades, a top management priority has been reducing the cost of retirement benefits. The pandemic and its economic fallout have generated a new round of employer demands for pension [...]

Today Is Earth Overshoot Day, Here’s What It Means

By Mathieu Pollet, Euro News. -

From today onwards, we have used every last bit of natural resources that Earth can provide within one calendar year and are now living on ecological credit. This year, Earth Overshoot Day [...]

Latin American Indigenous People Fight New Plunder Of Their Resources

By Fabiana Frayssinet, Towardfreedom.com -

(IPS) – Indigenous communities in Latin America, who have suffered the plunder of their natural resources since colonial times, are reliving that phenomenon again as mega infrastructure are [...]

Protests In India Against Import Of Methane Gas

By Staff, www.timesofindia.indiatimes.com -

By Staff of The Times of India - KOCHI: Njarackal policeremoved protesters from the Puthuvype LNG import terminal of the IOC on Wednesday after they allegedly disrupted the functioning of the [...]

How Do We Share The World’s Resources?

By Share The World's Resources, www.sharing.org -

Almost everywhere we look, there is an emerging debate on the importance of sharing in relation to the grave challenges of our time. This conversation is most apparent in the sharing economy [...]

Exhaustion Of Cheap Mineral Resources Is Terraforming Earth

By Nafeez Ahmed, www.theguardian.com -

A new landmark scientific report drawing on the work of the world's leading mineral experts forecasts that industrial civilisation's extraction of critical minerals and fossil fuel resources is [...]