MIA: Subject: Environment



"Capitalist production, therefore, develops technology, and the combining together of various processes into a social whole, only by sapping the original sources of all wealth — the soil and the labourer." (Karl Marx Capital, Vol. I).

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Note: This is a collection of the most important contributions on different environmental issues available on the Marxists Internet Archive. In addition to them, other works on this issue can also be found in our archive.


Marx and Engels on Environment, 1844-1894

William Morris News From Nowhere (a novel), 1890

Eugene V. Debs Man and Mule, 1906

Anton Pannekoek The Destruction of Nature, 1909

Nikolai Bukharin The Equilibrium between Society and Nature, 1921

Gus Hall Ecology: Can We Survive Under Capitalism?, 1972

Gunnar Skirbekk Ecology and Marxism, 1973

Joel Kovel and Michael Lowy An Ecosocialist Manifesto, 2001

John Bellamy Foster Marx’s ecology in historical perspective, 2002

Neil Faulkner How War and Climate Change Are Wired To the Same Engine Destroying the Planet, 2015


Collection of texts in periodicals

Against the Current (U.S.), 1990-2017

Socialist Viewpoint (U.S.), 2001-2019

Socialist Voice (Canada), 2007-2010


See also

Collection of texts on Darwin and Darwinism


Comments to Zdravko Saveski

Last updated on 10 April 2024