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A Great Dilemma Generates Another Great Transformation: Incompatibility of Capitalism and Sustainable Environments

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This article makes a couple of explorations in the relationship between the environment and capitalism. The first exploration culminates into yet another set of conclusions that reinforce a body of evidence showing that a livable environment and capitalism as we know it cannot coexist in the future. The second exploration investigates a different set of questions regarding the heretofore hostility between such progressives as radical labor and deep ecologists. The article concludes with movement towards a rapprochement between the two in terms of not only a blue-green alliance (i.e., blue collar labor and environmentalists), but also a red-green alliance.

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