Brian Tokar

Brian Tokar is the co-editor (with Tamra Gilbertson) of Climate Justice and Community Renewal: Resistance and Grassroots Solutions (Routledge 2020) and the author and editor of six previous books on environmental issues and movements, including Toward Climate Justice: Perspectives on the Climate Crisis and Social Change (New Compass 2014). He is a lecturer in Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont and a long-term faculty and board member of the Vermont-based Institute for Social Ecology.  

Nuclear Fusion:  Don’t Believe the Hype!

On the IPCC’s Latest Climate Report: What Does It Tell Us?

25 Years of GMOs, and Some New Insights from Argentina

Climate Talks in Madrid: What Will It Take to Prevent Climate Collapse?

Inside the Paris Climate Agreement: Hope or Hype?

Is the Paris Climate Conference Designed to Fail?

Fifty Years Ago This Summer: When Dylan Went Electric

Defying Apocalypse

The Real Van Ronk

Apocalypse, Not?

Vermont Voters Say No to Tar Sands Oil

Cool Organizing Tricks

Coming of Age in a Different Time

40 Years of Earth Days

What Really Happened in Copenhagen?

Repackaging Copenhagen

Cap(italize) and Trade(Off)

The Real Scoop on Biofuels

The Visionary Life of Murray Bookchin

WTO vs. Europe