National Sections of the L5I:

Environment

Save the planet from capitalist destruction

The ecological crisis is a central question of our age. As we head into a world recession, socialists must connect the fight to defend jobs and workers’ conditions with the urgent need for a global transition to an environmentally and socially sustainable system.

The following theses of the League for the Fifth International identify the capitalist system as the cause of the ecological crisis and outline how the working class can solve it. Read more...

EU Sustainability Assessment: "Greens" facing a meltdown?

At first it sounds like a bad joke, or a Brexiteer's fake news report: the EU is to declare power generation from nuclear and gas plants to be "environmentally sustainable". Read more...

Down with rape and torture! International solidarity with climate activists in Karachi!

The League for the Fifth International is deeply concerned over reports of the rape and torture of a climate activist on the night before the December 12 Climate March in Karachi. Read more...

Revolutionise the climate movement

THE COP26 climate conference of world leaders, meeting this month in Glasgow, has been billed as the ‘last best chance to get runaway climate change under control’. Read more...

Capitalism kills: Imperialism, Capitalism and the Destruction of Humanity and Nature

On the fundamental contradictions between sustainability and the capitalist mode of production

Contents
Introduction
Green Economy - the wrong answers of capitalism Read more...

Australia burns: who will douse the flames?

AS WILDFIRES rage across swathes of Australia, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in every major city to demand the resignation of the government and action on the climate emergency Read more...

The collapse of COP25 in Madrid

Why the World Climate Conference failed and what we can learn from it Read more...

After the Global Action Day - what perspective for Fridays for Future?

On November 29, millions of young people again took to the streets. Read more...

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