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Michael Löwy
Michael Löwy is a French-Brazilian Marxist sociologist and philosopher. He serves as Emeritus Research Director at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris and is the co-author, with Joel Kovel, of An Ecosocialist Manifesto (2001). His published works include On Changing the World: Essays in Political Philosophy from Karl Marx to Walter Benjamin and Ecosocialism: A Radical Alternative to the Capitalist Ecological Catastrophe.


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Why Ecosocialism: For a Red-Green Future

Michael Löwy

“Green capitalism” is an illusion and twentieth century socialism is a perversion. We need a new model and movement for a democratic and ecological socialism that links with the wider movement for a better world.

With a Roundtable—"Do Red and Green Mix?"—featuring Herman Daly, John Bellamy Foster, Kerryn Higgs, Giorgos Kallis, Alex Khasnabish, Ashish Kothari, Fred Magdoff, Simon Mair, Mary Mellor, and Vishwas Satgar, with a response from Michael Löwy.