Preparing for the end of the world as we know it (GTDF)

Too late for indigenous climate justice:
Ecological and relational tipping points (Kyle Whyte)

The Great Unraveling?
Confronting Accelerating Environmental and Social Stresses
(Laurie Laybourn-Langton, Sherri Mitchell, Carola Rackete, Pablo Solón, Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson)

This is my message to the western world – your civilisation is killing life on Earth (Nemonte Nenquimo)

Sacred instructions (Sherri Mitchell)

An end to THIS world (Denise Ferreira da Silva interviewed by Susanne Leeb and Kerstin Stakemeier)

Toward a Black Feminist Poethics: The Quest(ion) of Blackness Towards the End of the World”. (Denise Ferreira da Silva)

Worlding beyond ‘the’ ‘end’ of ‘the world’:
white apocalyptic visions and BIPOC futurisms

The Collapse of Ideology and the End of Escape (Jem Bendell)

How everything can collapse (Pablo Sevigne and Raphael Stevens)

Beyond Abyssal Thinking (Boaventura de Sousa Santos)

Post Doom (Dougald Hine) 

The Dark Mountain Manifesto (Paul Kingsnorth and Dougald Hine)

Tim Ingold Interview: Environmental Destruction, Injustice and the Future 

What to do when there is no hope? Conversation between Bayo Akomolafe & Toni Spencer 

Welcome to the age of anger (Pankaj Mishra)

In Catastrophic Times: Resisting the Coming Barbarism*  (Isabelle Stengers) 
*Barbarism is considered by many Indigenous scholars as a derogative word that has been historically used to justify both imperialism and colonialism in the name of “civilization”. Despite the colonial undertone of the title (that is also part of the frame of this book and many others) there are useful analyses and reflections in this text.

The great awakening: New modes of life amidst capitalist ruins (edited by Anna Grear and David Bollier)

An annotated bibliography is being created for this KMS project.

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