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US: Bernie Sanders and the road to a mass workers’ party
Spanish general election anticipates new upheavals and need for revolutionary socialist alternative
Sri Lanka: No to terrorist bombing,United workers’ struggle can cut off growth of racism and division
Sudan: No to rule of the generals!
The striking relevance of Leon Trotsky's 'Theory of Permanent Revolution'
Algeria: Bouteflika quits - No trust in the old elite and the generals! Power to the revolutionary workers and youth! 
Will the EU elections shake the “European project”?
"Let's use Bernie's 2020 campaign to launch a mass, working-class fightback"

Protests against climate change and capitalism’s degradation of our environment have been growing. Now the world’s leading scientists warn that human society is in jeopardy from the accelerating decline of Earth’s natural ‘life-support systems’.


Last week, thousands took part in Extinction Rebellion protests in central London, with over 1,000 people arrested. Mark Best looks at the background to the campaigning group and what socialists think needs to be done to stop climate change.


Recent research in the journal Nature Geosciences, mainly by scientists based in Britain, on the possibility of limiting global warming to a 1.5C rise above pre-industrial levels has been seized on by climate change sceptics.


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