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Fight Hunger and Grow Food with America’s Grow-a-Row

America’s Grow-a-Row works to positively improve the lives of people in the Northeast United States by planting, harvesting, rescuing, and delivering fres...   [ continue reading...]

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Literacy, Women Empowerment and Sustainable Development

A transformative approach to the empowerment of women needs to be developed, particularly in relation to the social equality paradigm.   [ continue reading...]

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Reordering The Anthropocene

Reaching past narrow definitions of exploitation to consider the other-than-human world allows us to speak of domination more broadly. It opens us up to what no...   [ continue reading...]

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These Community Groups are Transforming Rio de Janeiro into a Sharing City

Rio de Janeiro is a city of extremes. Inequality is rampant, and while a small elite enjoy the “luxury” of housing, high quality education, and...   [ continue reading...]

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Sustainability is not Enough: We Need Regenerative Cultures

A regenerative human culture is healthy, resilient and adaptable; it cares for the planet and it cares for life in the awareness that this is the most effective...   [ continue reading...]

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Analysis: How ‘Natural Climate Solutions’ Can Reduce the Need for BECCS

Criticism of model reliance on BECCS has led researchers to examine the potential of “natural climate solutions” (NCS) to remove CO2 in th...   [ continue reading...]

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Maggie Jackson on ‘Distracted’ and the Fragmentation of Attention

To understand the problems of our day, I realized that I needed to understand how our attention was being fragmented, pulled and pushed by technology’s fo...   [ continue reading...]

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This Federal Policy Enabled the Fracking Industry’s $280 Billion Loss

Most people probably aren’t familiar with the acronym ZIRP. It stands for zero interest rate policy and is the policy that unintentionally created the Ame...   [ continue reading...]

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Bitcoin’s Energy Use got Studied, and you Libertarian Nerds look even Worse than Usual

It’s a telling social phenomenon of late capitalism that we are willing to construct elaborate computer networks to conduct secure transactions with each...   [ continue reading...]

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Talkin’ bout a Revolution: a Response to the Breakthrough Institute

The Breakthrough Institute have published a response to my critical commentary on a recent post of theirs. Here I continue the debate, because I think...   [ continue reading...]

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Peak Oil Review 21 May 2018

Brent crude traded briefly at $80.18 a barrel on Thursday before slipping back to close the week at $78.51. This was the highest that London oil futures have tr...   [ continue reading...]

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A Jobless Economy

Despite the legitimate concerns surrounding a guaranteed income, there is at least one self-evident ethical reason a guaranteed, non-labor income of n...   [ continue reading...]

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Smoking by any other Name

In the face of ever-worsening climate change[1], constant updates from the media on how quickly the Arctic is melting[2], and an utter failure of our society to...   [ continue reading...]

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Medusa’s Curse: The Necessity of Art in the Climate Struggle

Because I am a literary writer, writing about climate justice, people often ask me, What is the importance of the arts in the climate struggle? I turn to Friedr...   [ continue reading...]

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Community-Supported Agriculture

We think of innovations in cars or computers, but rarely of innovations in farming and food. Yet a new type of farm has caught on rapidly in recent years, in bo...   [ continue reading...]

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Genes, synecdoche and the possibility of editing ourselves

Writers have previously imagined the dangers of such a moment, but now the democratization of genetic engineering is at hand. The dangers stem in part from our...   [ continue reading...]

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Climate Justice and the Kinder Morgan Pipeline: Is this the next Standing Rock?

The next Standing Rock probably won’t look like Standing Rock, it will have learned and adapted from Standing Rock successes and failures and will be cont...   [ continue reading...]

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Interdisciplinarity and Social Ecological Systems

If we are to understand how social-ecological resource systems can be better governed, we need to come out of our narrow academic cubicles and interact with oth...   [ continue reading...]

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Down the Memory Hole: Trump’s Strategic Assault on Democracy, Word by Word

Perhaps instead of hurling insults at President Trump’s incompetence and the seeming disarray of his presidency, it might be worth taking a step back and...   [ continue reading...]

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Yes, Neoliberalism is a Thing. Don’t Let Economists Tell you Otherwise

Just as Thatcher asserted there was ‘no such thing as society’, it’s common to find economics commentators asserting that there is ‘no s...   [ continue reading...]

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