September 7, 2021

White Skin, Black Fuel: On the Danger of Fossil Fascism

By The Zetkin Collective. What happens when the rise of temperatures intersects with the rise of the far right? This latest instalment in the "Political ecologies of the far right" series, based on the new book White Skin, Black Fuel, seeks an answer.
May 4, 2021

Green is the new brown: ecology in the metapolitics of the far right

In France, the far right’s acknowledgment of environmental threats serves a racist and nationalist agenda. This narrative is fed and spread by the far right metapolitical sphere, which revives a conservative and Malthusian conception of ecology along the nature-territory-identity trinity. This essay recounts one of their colloquiums on the topic, titled “Nature as a base”.
May 15, 2020

What the Radical Right Thinks About Climate Change

By Bernhard Forchtner Accusations of irrationalism, leveled against those in favor of climate change policies, make up the single most prominent argument.
May 13, 2020

Political ecologies of the far right: An introduction to the series

By Santiago Gorostiza. A new open Series that critically examines the far-right connections to environmental narratives and actions in the context of socioecological crisis.
May 13, 2020

Far Right Ecologism and the Conceptual Deficiencies of Ecofascism

By Balsa Lubarda. 'Ecofascism' is insufficient to capture the connection between the far right and ecological thought. In order to better grasp the elusive engagement of contemporary far right with the environment today, we must take the theoretical debate further by introducing 'Far Right Ecologism' (FRE).
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