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Finding Pathways to a Better Future: Part 2, What We Might Try

What lies in fact between or beyond direct action, prefigurative communities, and meaningful elections?  One idea that occurs to me (and has occurred to ot...   [ continue reading...]

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Do we have the wrong model of human nature?

Are we wrong to believe that competitiveness must and always will be the central animating principle of human action? Media studies scholar Michael Karlberg thi...   [ continue reading...]

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Activism in the Anthropocene

Look out the window, see the air between your eyes and the horizon. This is the Anthropocene – a new geological age characterized by the critical impacts...   [ continue reading...]

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George Monbiot on the Commons

George Monbiot, a columnist for the British newspaper and website The Guardian, may be the most prominent champion of the commons that I’ve discovered in...   [ continue reading...]

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Growing Future Farmers

If we want to eat a sustainable healthy diet, then locally grown, chemical-free vegetables are an essential component. But who is going to grow that healthy, ta...   [ continue reading...]

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How Should Communities Cope with the End of Coal? Advice from the Frontlines

Coal generation makes up about a third of the United States’ power supply — a share that has been shrinking thanks to a boom in natural ga...   [ continue reading...]

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Beam Uses Crowdfunding to Support Job Training for the Homeless in the UK

There are more than 300,000 people who are homeless in the United Kingdom. That’s the figure from Shelter, a nonprofit based in London, England, that...   [ continue reading...]

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Analysis: Why Scientists Think 100% of Global Warming is Due to Humans

The extent of the human contribution to modern global warming is a hotly debated topic in political circles, particularly in the US.During a recent congressiona...   [ continue reading...]

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Bitcoin, Blockchain, and Local Currencies

The world is on fire lately with the exponential growth of Bitcoin and other electronic cryptocurrencies. While some see these as speculative bubbles that are t...   [ continue reading...]

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We Saved Net Neutrality Once. We Can Do It Again

If you’ve heard the term “net neutrality,” is it something you imagine only internet fanatics can grasp? Not at all. It simply refers to basel...   [ continue reading...]

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China’s Ecological Civilisation

So what a surprise when an Internet search brought up an intriguing phrase juxtaposing the word “ecological” to “civilisation”. Ecologic...   [ continue reading...]

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Here’s What’s at Stake for the 21 Kids Suing the Trump Administration over Climate Change

On Monday, a group of 21 youth plaintiffs currently suing the federal government over climate change will go before a federal court to argue that thei...   [ continue reading...]

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Overpopulation is a Problem, but Capitalist Overdevelopment is a Bigger Problem

So overpopulation is a real problem. But if we don’t overthrow capitalism, Mother Nature is going to solve the overpopulation problem in a hurry, but in a...   [ continue reading...]

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Greece: Alternative Economies & Community Currencies Pt. 3 – FairCoop

Tools born from the internet, applied across autonomous networks and movements seeking alternatives to capitalism, are providing the infrastructure of alternati...   [ continue reading...]

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How does a Multistakeholder Co-op Work?

The Ecological Land Co-operative (ELC) was set up to address the lack of affordable sites for ecological land-based livelihoods. A life on the land is a dr...   [ continue reading...]

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A Delightful Day of Designing with Dave Jacke

For those that aren’t aware, Dave Jacke is a world class ecological designer, writer, and teacher. Lead author of the acclaimed two-volume Edible For...   [ continue reading...]

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How Bill McKibben’s Radical Idea of Fossil-Fuel Divestment Transformed the Climate Debate

Exhibiting a phenomenon in the social sciences called the “radical flank effect,” McKibben and 350.org have dramatically altered the climate change...   [ continue reading...]

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Juliana vs. U.S.: For Children of All Ages

Through the magic of YouTube TV, I was able to sit in on the oral arguments in the latest episode of Juliana v. United States.  The lawsuit is be...   [ continue reading...]

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Finding Pathways to a Better Future

What if we rejected the binary between movement and party, elections and direct action, acted upon the urgency of the mandate for thinking in new ways, and embr...   [ continue reading...]

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The Thin Edge of the Wedge has Arrived in Tasmania

The thin edge of the wedge has arrived in Whitemore, Tasmania. Got a letter in the mail the other day from the international seed company, Bejo, asking me not t...   [ continue reading...]

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