Revolution #199, April 18, 2010


Following are sources for these articles in this issue:  "The Dimensions of the Environmental Emergency," "Biodiversity, Wilderness and Nature," "Something Deeper at Work…Why Capitalism Cannot Solve the Environmental Emergency," "A Dirty Little Secret of Capitalism: The U.S. Military Is One of the World's Largest Polluters," and "The Plunder of the Rainforests of Indonesia and Malaysia."

"The Elephant in the Room: Can Anything Short of Revolution Solve the Environmental Crisis?"—webcast talk by Raymond Lotta given on December 15, 2009,

HeatstrokeNature in an Age of Global Warming, Anthony D. Barnosky, Island Press 2009

Storms of My Grandchildren: The Truth About the Coming Climate Catastrophe and Our Last Chance to Save Humanity, James Hansen, Bloomsbury USA, 2009

The Science of Evolution and The Myth of Creationism: Knowing What’s Real—and Why it Matters, Ardea Skybreak, Insight Press, 2006

The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing From Crisis to Sustainability, James Gustave Speth, Yale University Press, 2008

The End of the Wild, Stephen M. Meyer, the MIT Press, 2006

The Green Zone: The Environmental Costs of Militarism, Barry Sanders, AK Press, 2009

The Empty Ocean, Richard Ellis, Island Press, 2003

Blue Covenant, Maude Barlow, The New Press, 2007

Rewilding the World: Dispatches from the Conservation Revolution, Caroline Fraser, Metropolitan Books, 2009

Antarctic Krill Conservation Project,

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC),

“Copenhagen Climate Summit Accord: A Crime Against the Planet,” Revolution #188, January 10, 2010

“Global Warming: Catastrophe from the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal,” Revolution #187, December 27, 2009

“Global WarmingWhat it is and Why People Should Care,” Revolution #186, December 20, 2009

“How the Palm Oil Industry is Cooking the Climate,” Greenpeace,, November 2007

“U.S./IMF Godfather and the Crisis in Indonesia,” Revolutionary Worker #957, May 17, 1998

“Suharto: An American Nightmare for Indonesia,” Revolutionary Worker #960, June 7, 1998

“The Oil for Ape Scandal: How palm oil is threatening the orang-utan,” Friends of the Earth,

“Antarctica is warming faster, according to scientists,” January 21, 2009,

“Ghana: Digital Dumping Ground,” Frontline, June 23, 2009,

“Ghana: Country a Dumping Site for E-Waste,” Stephen Odoi Larbi,

Millenium Ecosystem Assessment  2005, Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: General Synthesis,

“Death of coral reefs could devastate nations,” Brian Skoloff, AP, March 25, 2010

“Presence of Wolves Allows Aspen Recovery in Yellowstone,” Science Daily July 31, 2007,

“Who Will Build the Ark?” Mike Davis, January 29, 2010,

“Chevron in Ecuador”, Amazon Watch, Chevron Alternative 2008 Annual Report,

“Can the U.S. Military Move to Renewable Fuels?” Sohbet Karbuz, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, October 31, 2008


“U.S. Military’s War on the Earth,” Project Censored, 2004

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