I know it doesn't have a lot to do with ecosocialism, but turning public opinion against the war has got to be a priority right now.
Here is some news from the front that you won't see in the mainstream media.
Additionally, a couple of thoughts that came up while reading an article in Znet, thoughts I was also entertaining while attending the march in Los Angeles yesterday:
1) The creation of public spaces is more important than the things which are expressed in them, at this time. The biggest threat to social change at this time is the abolition of democracy through the abrogation of public space. The Movement should work primarily toward the disruption of privatized life, and the spread of democratic expression of opinion to every corner of the globe, and only secondarily toward refinements in the expression of its opinions.
2) Public opinion is king. Even dictators need public support. Changing public opinion is more important than marching, or getting arrested, or selling bumper stickers, or of organizing meetings between people who are already of our persuasion. Let's organize our thoughts to achieve maximum persuasiveness, across the board, and then move into the places where people are undecided, and bring them around to supporting us.