marxismo e meio ambiente

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Os desafios que a problemática do meio ambiente têm colocado à teoria marxista, levou a Editoria de marxismo21 a convidar um estudioso a elaborar um dossiê sobre o tema. José Roberto Cabrera, membro do Consultivo Consutivo do site, aceitou o convite e elaborou o  dossiê que aqui é postado. Na Apresentação deste qualificado dossiê – que consta de relevantes livros e artigos -, Cabrera tem a expectativa de que novas colaborações de membros do site e de seus leitores – possam ser integradas a este dossiê em “movimento”. O autor faz um agradecimento especial a José Corrêa Leite pela colaboração feita à produção deste dossiê.

Editoria / fevereiro 2021

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Apresentação

O debate sobre as conexões filosóficas e políticas da produção marxista e meio ambiente é cada vez mais atual e urgente. A destruição das condições da vida como a conhecemos, imposta pela lógica do capital, demonstra de forma inequívoca a necessidade de mudanças radicais nas relações entre a economia e a natureza e o modo de produção.

A transformação de tudo em mercadoria impôs dinâmicas de tempo e espaço incompatíveis com os processos naturais, levando o planeta a uma situação de total desequilíbrio e exaustão. Certamente, qualquer dado que oferecêssemos sobre o tema estaria defasado, e infelizmente, para pior.  No entanto, a lógica da evolução dos processos pode ser compreendida com clareza no estudo seminal Capitalismo e Colapso Ambiental, de autoria do professor Luiz Marques, historiador da Unicamp.

De acordo com o SRC (Stockholm Resilience Center), dos 9 limites planetários – clima, biodiversidade, acidificação dos oceanos, uso da água, ocupação da terra, aerossóis, novos elementos químicos, destruição da camada de ozônio, ciclo do fósforo e nitrogênio – 7 estão sendo ultrapassados, gerando efeitos de retroalimentação que criam um ambiente de instabilidade e insegurança.

É no interior desses desequilíbrios que devemos buscar, por exemplo, as causas da Covid-19. O debate sobre as vacinas, por mais urgente e pertinente, é limitado aos efeitos e não às conexões causais dos problemas. ler mais

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I. Livros

ANGUS, Ian – Facing the antropocene – Fossil Capitalism and the crisis of the Earth system, 2016 – Monthly review.

_________ & Butler, S. – Too Many People: Population, Immigration and Environmental Crisis, Chicago, Haymarket Books, 2011

ANGUS, Ian (ed.) The global fight for climate justice : anticapitalist responses to global warming and environmental destruction /Manitoba: Fernwood Publishing, Canada Resistance Books, Britain 2010

ARANTES, Aldo (org.) . Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento: em busca de um compromisso – São Paulo : Anita Garibaldi : Fundação Maurício Grabois, 2010.

BARRETO, Eduardo Sá. O capital na estufa: para a crítica da economia das mudanças climáticas, Editora Consequência, 2019. 

BENSAID, d. Os tormentos da Matéria (Contribuição à crítica da ecologia política) in Marx, Intempestivo. Cap. 11.  Rio deJaneiro: Civilização Brasileira, 1999. 512p.

BENTON, Ted. Greening Marxism, Guilford Press, 1996.

BOOKCHIN, M. (1971), Post-scarcity anarchism, Montreal e Nova York, Black Rose, 1990,2a. ed.
____________________.La ecología de la libertad: El surgimiento y la disolución de la jerarquía
, 2011

_______________________Remaking society: Pathways to a green future, Boston, South End. (1990)

BOOKCHIN, M. The philosophy of social ecology. Essays on dialectical naturalism, Montreal, Black Rose.

BURKETT, Paul.  . Marx and Nature.  A red and green perspective. New York: St. Martin ́s Press, 1999. 312 p. ISBN 0-312-21940-7

____________. Marxism and Ecological Economics: Toward a Red and Green Political Economy Series: Historical Materialism Book Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Year: 2006

CARSON, Rachel. A Primavera Silenciosa, Ed. Melhoramentos, 1969.

COMMONER, Barry. The Closing Circle: Man, Nature, and Technology (New York: Random House, 1971).

DANTAS, Gilson . Natureza atormentada, marxismo e classe trabalhadora, Brasília : Ed. Do autor, 2012

DAVIS, Mike. Holocaustos Coloniais, Rio de Janeiro : Record, 2002

_____________. The-monster-at-our-door_-the-global-threat-of-avian-flu-The-New-Press-_2005

DEAN, Warren. A Ferro e Fogo: a história  e a devastação da Mata Atlântica brasileira, São Paulo : Cia das Letras, 1996.

FOLADORI, Guillermo.. Limites do desenvolvimento sustentável [trad. Marise Manoel], Campinas, SP : Editora da Unicamp, São Paulo : Imprensa Oficial 2001.

Foladori, G. e Melazzi, G.. Economía de la sociedad capitalista y sus impactos ambientales, Montevideo : UdelaR, CURE, 2019

FOSTER, J. B. Vulnerable Planet: A Short Economic History of Environment, Monthly Review Press, 1999.

____________. A ecologia de Marx: Materialismo e Natureza [trad. Maria Teresa Machado], Rio de Janeiro : Civilização Brasileira, 2005.

_____________. The return of nature: socialismo and ecology, Monthly Review Press, 2020.

_____________ & Magdoff,F.  What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism (2011, Monthly Review Press)

____________ & Burkett, Paul – Marx and Earth: an anti-critique, Chicago : Haymarket Books, 2017.

____________ & Clark, B. –The-Robbery-of-Nature_-Capitalism-and-the-Ecological-Rift-Monthly-Review, 2020.

GEORGESCU-ROEGEN, N.  La Decroissance: entropie, ecologie, economie

GORZ, André. Ecology as Politcs, South End Press, 1980.

______________. Capitalism, Socialism, Ecology. (Verso, 2016)

GUDYNAS, E. Derechos de la naturaliza: Ética biocêntrica y politicas ambientales.

HARVEY, David. A Relação do Capital com a Natureza In HARVEY, D. 17 Contradições e o fim do Capitalismo, São Paulo ; Boitempo, 2016.

HORNBORG, Alf – Nature, Society, and Justice in the Anthropocene, Cambridge University Press, 2019

HOUTARD, Francois.  A Agroenergia : solução para o clima ou saída para a crise do capital: [Trad. Francisco Moras], Petrópolis : Vozes, 2010.

HUGUES, Jonathan. Ecology and Historical Materialism (Studies in Marxism and Social Theory), Cambridge University Press : New York, 2000.

KLEIN, Naomi – This Changes Everything. Capitalism vs The Capitalism (2014, Pinguin Random House)

_____________. Esto Cambia Todo. El Capitalismo contra el Clima. 2014, Paidos)

_____________. On the Fire The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal. Simon & Schuster, 2019

__________________.This Changes Everything. Capitalism vs The Capitalism (2014, Pinguin Random House)

KOVEL, Joel – The enemy of nature : the end of capitalism or the end of the world? (ZED Books 2007)

KOEY, Saito. Karl Marx’s Ecosocialism, Monthly Review Press, 2017

LEFF, Enrique. Racionalidade Ambiental, Civilização Brasileira, 2006

LEONARD, Annie. A história das coisas – Da natureza ao Lixo, o que acontece com tudo que consumimos, Zahar (2011)

LÖWY, Michael. De Marx ao Ecossocialismo, 2010.

_______________. O que é ecossocialismo? São Paulo : Cortez, 2014.

MAGDOFF, Fred & WILLIANS, Chris. Creating na Ecological Society: Toward a Revolutionary Transformation, (New York: Monthly Review Press, 2017)

MALM, Andreas. Fossil Capital – The Rise of Steam Power and the roots of Global Warming (Verso : London, 2016)

_____________. Corona, Climate, Chronic Emergency War Communism in the Twenty-First Century, Verso, 2020

MARQUES, Luis – Capitalismo e Colapso Ambiental (2015, UNICAMP)

MARQUES, Luis – Capitalism and Environmental Collapse (2020)

MARTINEZ ALIER, J. O Ecologismo dos Pobres: conflitos ambientais e linguagens de valoração; [trad. Maurício Waldman] – 2. Ed., São Paulo : Contexto, 2015

MESZÁROS, I. – The Necessity of Social Control

OLMAN, B. – Marx’s Vision of Communism

SAITO, Kohei – Karl Marx’s Ecosocialism: Capital, Nature, and the Unfinished Critique of Political Economy Monthly Review Press, 2017.

SILVA, Michel Goulart da (org.). Marxismo e natureza: ecologia, história e política. 2010

SCHMIDT, Alfred. El concepto de la naturaleza en Marx, (Madrid: Siglo Veintuno, 1976)

SMITH, Neil – Desenvolvimento Desigual, 1988, Bertrand Brasil

TANURO, Daniel. Humanity , Society and Ecology: Global Warming and the Ecosocialist Alternative. 2008.

________________. L’Impossible capitalisme vert – Series: Poches Essais, Publisher: La Découverte, Year: 2012

WALLACE, Rob – Big Farms Make Big Flu_ Dispatches on Influenza, Agribusiness, and the Nature of Science-Monthly Review Press (2016)

_____________.Pandemia e Agronegócio, doenças infecciosas, capitalismo e ciência, [trad. Allan Rodrigo de Campos Silva], São Paulo: Elefante, 2020

WALLIS, Victor. Red-Green Revolution -The politics and Technology of Ecossocialism – 2018 – Political Animal Press. Canadá.

II. Artigos

ALTVATER, E. ?Existe um marxismo ecológico? In La teoría marxista hoy : problemas y perspectivas / compilado por Atilio A. Boron ; Javier Amadeo y Sabrina González – 1a ed. – Buenos Aires : Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales – CLACSO, 2006.
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_________. The social and natural environment of fossil capitalism. Socialist Register vol 43, 2007.

ANDRIOLI, Antônio I. . A atualidade de Marx para o debate de tecnologia e meio ambiente, Crítica marxista 27

_________- Why we need an ecosocialist revolution

BURKETT, Paul.  Nature’s ‘Free Gifts’ and the Ecological Significance of Value, Capital and Class 68 (1999):
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_______________. Marx’s Vision of Sustainable Human Development, Monthly Review. 2005

CHESNAIS, François; SERFATI, Claude. “Ecologia” e condições físicas de reprodução social: alguns fios condutores marxistas. Crítica Marxista, São Paulo, Boitempo, v.1,n.16, 2003, p. 39-75

COSTA, Alexandre. A declaração de guerra do capital contra a natureza. Parte I: A Grande Aceleração

__________________.Compreender o Antropoceno e combater o Capitalismo, para além da terminologia

DAVIS, Mike. Capitalismo e gripe suína In In Margem Esquerda nº 14, Boitempo, 2010. 43-48.

FOLADORI, Guillermo. A questão ambiental em Marx. Crítica Marxista, São Paulo, Xamã, v.1, n.4, 1997, p.140-161

__________________. O Metabolismo com a natureza – marxismo e ecologia. Crítica Marxista, São Paulo, Boitempo, v.1, n. 12, 2001, p. 105-117

__________________________. O Capitalismo e a Crise Ambiental, Outubro, fev. 2001.

_____________________. Avanços e Limites da sustentabilidade social R. paran. Desenv., Curitiba, n. 102, p. 103-113, jan./jun. 2002

___________________________ Degradação ambiental no socialismo e no capitalismo, Outubro, nº 13. 2005

___________________A reedição capitalista das crises ambientais, Outubro, São Paulo, nº 17, 1º semestre de 2008

FOSTER, J. Bellamy. Ecology against capitalism. Monthly review 2001/10/01

FOSTER, John Bellamy e CLARK, Brett, Marxismo e a dialética da ecologia

____________, Clark, Brett, and York, Richard. The Ecological Rift – Capitalism’s War on The Earth, Monthly Review Press, 2011.

____________. A Ecologia da Economia Política Marxista. Lutas Sociais, São Paulo, n.28, p.87-104, 1o sem. 2012.

____________ & Clark, B.  A dialética do metabolismo socioecológico: Marx, Mészáros e os limites absolutos do capital In In Margem Esquerda nº 14, Boitempo, 2010. 21-29.

_______________& Clark, B. Marxism and the Dialectics of Ecology Monthly Review 68/5 (October 2016): 1–6.

____________. O retorno de Engels. Crítica Marxista nº 46, p. 9-15, 2018

____________. Uma hipótese para renovar o projeto socialista, Outras Palavras, 29/10/2020

____________. Será a hora do Proletariado Ambiental?, Outras Palavras, 29/10/2020

­­____________ & Intan Suwandi, “COVID-19 and Catastrophe Capitalism”, Monthly Review 72, no. 2 (junho de 2020)

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­FUSER, Igor. Ecomarxismo e crise ambiental, Cemarx, 2009.

LAAN, Murillo van der & LUEDY, Laura, Dualismo cartesiano apocalíptico ou monismo social antiecológico? As disputas entre a escola da ruptura metabólica e a ecologia-mundo

LEFF, Enrique. A second contradiction of capitalism? Notes for the environmental transformation of historical materialism, Capitalism Nature Socialism, 3:4, 109-116,1992/2009

_____________. Marxism and the environmental question: From the critical theory of production to an environmental rationality for sustainable development, Capitalism Nature Socialism, 4:1, 44-66, 1993/2009.
_____________. Pobreza, Gestion Participativa De Los Recursos Naturales En Las Comunidades Rurales. Una Vision Desde America Latina. Ecología Política, no. 8, 1995, pp. 125–136

LIPIETZ, Alain.  A Ecologia Política e o Futuro do Marxismo – Ambiente e Sociedade, vol 5 nº 2 2003
_______________. Political Ecology and the Future of Marxism, Capitalism Nature Socialism 11/1 (2000): 74–75.

LOUREIRO, C.F.B. Pensamento Crítico, Tradição Marxista e a questão ambiental: ampliando os debates in Loureiro, C.F.B. (org) et alli. A questão ambiental no pensamento crítico, Rio de Janeiro ; Quartet, 2007.

LÖWY, Michael. De Marx ao ecossocialismo. In: SADER, Emir; BORON, Atílio (Org.). Pós-Neoliberalismo II: Que Estado para que democracia?. Petrópolis: Vozes, 1999. p. 90-107.

LÖWY, Michel; KOVEL, Joel; ANGUS, Ian. Declaração Ecossocialista de Belém

LÖWY, Michael. Ecossocialismo e Planejamento Democrático. Crítica Marxista n.28, p.35-50, 2009.

_______________. Crise ecológica, capitalismo, altermundialismo: um ponto de vista ecossocialista In Margem Esquerda nº 14, Boitempo, 2010. 36-42.

_______________. Lutas ecossociais indígenas na América Latina. Crítica Marxista n 38, 61-69, 2014.

_______________.Mensagem ecológica ao camarada Marx, Cadernos do Cemarx nº11, 2018, 162-176.

MALM, Andreas. Só um leninismo ecológico pode vencer a crise climática (entrevista) Jacobin, 01.10.2020

MARCUSE, Herbert. La Ecología y la Critica de la Sociedade Moderna, Ecología Politica nº 5, 1993, 73-79.

MARTINEZ ALIER, J. – O marxismo e a economia ecologia. Novos Rumos, n. 18/19, 1990, pg. 55 – 63

MOORE, Jason W. “The Rise of Cheap Nature,” in Anthropocene or Capitalocene? Nature, History, and the Crisis of Capitalism.

O’CONNOR, J. A Theoretical Introduction, Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, nº 1, 1988.

____________. Uneven and combined development and ecological crisis: a theoretical introduction, Race and Class, vol 30, 1989

____________. Socialist Biocentrist, CNS, 1991, 2:3, 93-94.

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O’CONNOR, James. Capitalismo e Meio AmbienteNovos Rumos, Marília, v. 8, n. 2621, p.40-43, ago. 1993.

SACRISTAN, L.M. Political ecological considerations in Marx∗, Capitalism Socialism Nature, 1992, vol.3, 37-48

SAITO, Kohei, Os cadernos ecológicos de Marx

TANURO, D. Las fases de desarollo de la crisis ecológica capitalista, Viento Sur, 2012

____________. Humanity, Society and Ecology: Global Warming and the Ecosocialist Alternative. Climate and Capitalism, 2008.

WALLIS, Victor. Socialismo e tecnologia: uma visão setorial. Crítica Marxista, São Paulo, Ed. Revan, v.1, n.22, 2006, p.55-74.

_______________.  As respostas capitalista e socialista à crise ecológica  Crítica Marxista nº 29, 2009, 57-74

WILLIAMS, Raymond. (1995). Socialism and ecology*. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 6(1), 41–57.

III. Bibliografia complementar:

AUERBACH, Daniel and CLARK, Brett “Metabolic Rifts, Temporal Imperatives, and Geographical Shifts: Logging in the Adirondack Forest in the 1800s,” International Critical Thought 8/3 (2018): 468–486

AUSTIN, Kelly and CLARK, Brett, “Tearing Down Mountains: Using Spatial and Metabolic Analysis to Investigate the Socio-Ecological Contradictions of Coal Extraction in Appalachia,” Critical Sociology 38/3 (2012): 437–57

BARBOSA, Luiz C. “Theories in Environmental Sociology,” in Twenty Lessons in Environmental Sociology, ed. GOULD, Kenneth A. and LEWIS, Tammy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009)

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_____________________________________, “Guano: The Global Metabolic Rift and the Fertilizer Trade,” in Ecology and Power, ed. HORNBORG, Alf, CLARK, Brett and HERMELE, Kenneth (London: Routledge, 2012), 74–75

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