I'd love to see some articles on alternative economics, especially Buddhist. Capitalism may be necessary for the next 15-25 years while we save our sorry asses from climate catastrophe with efficiency, renewables, reforesting, permaculture and a switch to ecological craft-industry.
Simply moving to Marxist ideologies is not the answer, as we've seen that whatever economic system is instituted, its actions, assumptions and institutions are determined by the same disease that created, and is still creating Capitalism. So we'd go from one destructive system to a different but equally destructive one.
As Buddhism does, we have to at least acknowledge the primacy of psychology in this, and although we can't heal our condition in time to save us from the current ecological crisis, we can use the last fossil fuels and last gasps of a self-choking Capitalism to at least build the infrastructure to buy us time to heal our deeper problems.
Going from there is up to future generations, but first we have to make sure there are some, and then we have to unsaddle them from the ecological and economical wreck that we're in danger of leaving behind.