Articles by Carlos Morreo


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Dr Carlos Eduardo Morreo is a writer, scholar, and organiser living in Naarm/Melbourne and the current editor of Green Agenda. Previously he taught in the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University in Canberra. Carlos is also the executive officer of the independent Institute of Postcolonial Studies, based in North Melbourne. He co-edited Postdevelopment in Practice: Alternatives, Economies, Ontologies (Routledge 2019) with Elise Klein, and collaborates with several International politics and global south journals.

Call for Proposals, Featured, Green Agenda 2024:1

Write for us!

We work with social justice, antiracist, and ecological commitments, and in favour of Indigenous sovereignty. We welcome contributions from all who share an interest in exploring ideas that are consistent with and explore left, progressive, and environmental thought and its contemporary relevance.  [...]

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Green Agenda Journal 2023: Volume Two

On Living Democracy

Our contributions are grounded in and written from within different parts of the left and environmental movement. As a whole the issue brings together diverse perspectives on what’s at stake and how to pursue the politics of living democracy.  [...]

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by Carlos Morreo , 7 months ago


Culture, Democracy, Economy, Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2023: Volume Two, Social Justice, Theory

Like futurology

There’s something about Tim Hollo’s Living Democracy: An ecological manifesto for the end of the world as we know it, that feels like that, like futurology. So I want to talk about the end of the world and liberation amid its end and about the kind of ecological politics that may help us get us past it. All this is... Read More

by , 7 months ago


Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2023: Volume One

Living towards transformation

In our latest issue of Green Agenda we bring together writing that celebrates its commitment to transformed life. Writing that works up its commitments, creatively and intimately, to show us what people like us are already doing to move into this present future, taking our communities into a future that is already seeding possibilities in our present. Our authors address a range... Read More

by Carlos Morreo , 12 months ago


Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2023: Volume One, Uncategorised

Call for proposals: Living towards transformation

Green Agenda invites contributions to our next issue on living towards transformation. Submissions due 6 March 2023. [...]

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by , 1 year ago


Culture, Economy, Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Three, Social Justice, Theory

The ends of work

Country, place, grassroots organising, anti-work, First Law, biodiversity, degrowth, post-capitalism, nature, community, art, basic income and Indigenous sovereignty.  Taken together these terms point to the shifting ecology of work as we rethink the ways in which work may sustain life in flourishing ways – as we situate work within the web of life. For this issue of Green Agenda we... Read More

by Carlos Morreo , 2 years ago

Ends Of Work - Green Agenda Journal Volume 3

Green Agenda Call for proposals: The Ends of Work
Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Three

Call for proposals: The Ends of Work

Green Agenda invites contributions that bring together old and new critiques about how to do work, as we rethink work and reclaim our collective future. Submit expressions of interest here What does the future of work look like? And how do we imagine that future as we imagine the future of our society, democracy, economy, and environment? This September, the... Read More

by , 2 years ago


Culture, Democracy, Economy, Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two, Social Justice, Theory

Green Agenda Journal 2022, Volume 2: On the Ground after the Election

For this issue of Green Agenda we welcome new critical and creative voices, writing from places where left political and ecological commitments are already making a difference. As a decade of liberal-conservative hegemony in government finally breaks, and as we shift to this new post-electoral moment, we also bring together several pieces that reflect on the federal election and the... Read More

by Carlos Morreo , 2 years ago

Green Agenda Journal 2022, Volume 2: Green Politics. On the Ground after the Election