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Nature in the limits to capital (and vice versa)

by / RP 193 (Sept/Oct 2015) / Article

Of all the varieties of crisis thinking, ecological crisis is perhaps the least developed. It is certainly the least conceptualized. To be sure, there is no scar city of empirically rich analyses of biophysical shifts at every scale. But ecological crisis in its popular usage has been an expansive concept, implicating the widest range of …


Lacking a homunculus

by / RP 181 (Sept/Oct 2013) / Review

Friedrich Nietzsche, Human, All Too Human I, trans. Gary Handwerk, Stanford University Press, Stanford, 1997. 396 pp., £60.50 hb., £24.95 pb., 978 0 80472 665 8 hb., 978 0 80474 171 2 pb.

Friedrich Nietzsche, Human, All Too Human II and Unpublished Fragments (Spring 1878–Fall 1879), trans. Gary Handwerk, Stanford University Press, Stanford, 2012. 648 …


A differing shade of green

by / RP 179 (May/Jun 2013) / Review

Adrian Parr, The Wrath of Capital: Neoliberalism and Climate Change Politics, Columbia University Press, New York, 2013. 224 pp., £20.50 hb., 978 0 23115 828 2.

This book is a welcome addition to the spate of recent books on the ecological and resource calamities currently facing the planet. Unlike so many others – one …


Adorno and the Weather

Critical Theory in an Era of Climate Change
by / RP 174 (Jul/Aug 2012) / Article

In Beckett’s Endgame – about which Adorno wrote an important essay – nature is in ruins (‘corpsed’, as Clov describes it), yet the weather is still important.* The pathetic story that Hamm tells (and he has to bribe Nagg to listen) about a man crawling to him on his belly to ask for help on …


World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 19–22 April 2010

Beyond Copenhagen?
by / RP 162 (Jul/Aug 2010) / Conference Report

Fuad Rahmat reports from the ‘World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth’ in Cochabamba, Bolivia (19-22 April 2010).


The day after tomorrow

Making progress on climate change
by / RP 143 (May/Jun 2007) / Commentary


No to Kyoto

by / RP 110 (Nov/Dec 2001) / Commentary