12 June 2019 — Climate & Capitalism
Some writers imagine that machines can feed the world. They ignore the damage caused by industrial agriculture, and don’t value the work of people who feed most of humanity today.
“Industrialized agriculture has meant pretending soil and flora are not living entities that require care and attention. If you treat the living as the dead, it should not be surprising when the graveyards spread.”
Max Ajl replies to Ecosocialism: Dystopian and Scientific, by Matt Huber