Climate chaos is the most political issue of our time, to stop it we need systemic change
Climate breakdown is a political issue, and to stop it we need to tackle it at the root, argues Jim Scott
Environmental entropy is inescapable in capitalism
No truly effective green politics can do without a coherent argument against the capitalist mode of production, argues Nathan Street
After the Paris climate talks: stay in the streets
A turning point in human history? Elaine Graham-Leigh takes a closer and more critical look at what the Paris talks really mean for our planet
Stopping climate change: what do we mean by system change?
To address climate change, many people agree we have to change the system. But what does ‘changing the system’ mean, and how can we do it?
What are the choices? The left, the elections and how to get to a better place
Establishment politics is fracturing, but the General Election outcome won't represent the anger with the elite. Chris Nineham outlines a strategy for popular opposition and generating a new left
Some joined-up thinking in Redcar: RMT union president to stand as Green party election candidate
Peter Pinkney, President of the RMT union spoke to Kevin Ovenden about his decision to stand for the Green Party in May's general election in the once Labour heartland seat of Redcar
Brighton residents march against cuts
Cal Corkery reports from a protest against cuts in Brighton
Greece, Syriza, and the new left
A resolution on Syriza and the new left passed at Counterfire National Conference 2015.
Submitted by the Steering Committee
The Green surge and the new politics in Britain
The surge in membership of the Green party shows that British politics is not marching to the right - James Meadway looks at the implications for the Left
Greek election dispatch: Everyone has their rationality – that’s the problem
With an impending Syriza government its opponents are debating their options. Kevin Ovenden's tenth dispatch from Greece
The return of the Party member?
The membership of mainstream parties is plummeting, but people are joining parties if they look as if they are going to take on the elite, argues John Rees