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A Return to Democratic Space

In our cities and towns, there isn’t a more democratic space than our streets and sidewalks. Buildings are exclusive—homes are private, offices are...   [ continue reading...]

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Seeing the Hidden Patterns of Culture

Often the most important things are invisible — we simply don’t have eyes to see. Feel the wind on your cheek and something undetec...   [ continue reading...]

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HMP Rye Hill

In prison was not where I was expecting to spend any time during my travels around small scale farmers and growers! That’s exactly where I did spend a qui...   [ continue reading...]

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Stunning NASA Chart Shows How Fast the Ground Beneath our Feet is Heating Up

Global temperatures are rising faster on the land, where we live, than the oceans, where we don’t, NASA charts reveal. Since scientists have long predicte...   [ continue reading...]

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Food Justice in the Farm Economy Needs Community Capital

How can we secure food justice in the United States when 98% of all farmland is owned by White people? Successfully developing this future will rely on expandin...   [ continue reading...]

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Thriving Communities & the Solidarity Economy

At the scale of local communities, abundance and human thriving are not exclusively based on the availability of material resources and energy but on human crea...   [ continue reading...]

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Leech Lake Community Solar Array First in MN to be 100% Dedicated to Low-Income Residents

At a ceremony, fittingly under sunny skies, Leech Lake officials and representatives from the Rural Renewable Energy Alliance unveiled a new solar array at the...   [ continue reading...]

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Peak Oil Review: Aug 21, 2017

Oil continues to trade in one of the narrowest ranges seen in the last decade as the efficacy of the OPEC production cap weighs against increasing US and other...   [ continue reading...]

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Why US Carbon Emissions have Fallen 14% since 2005

Before 2005, US carbon emissions were marching upwards year after year, with little sign of slowing down. After this point, they fell quickly, declining 14% fro...   [ continue reading...]

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Multi-Colored Merinos at Kirabo Pastures

I was told that this was the land of the “Legendary Merinos.” Carrie and John have been shepherding these animals for the last three years, but the...   [ continue reading...]

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Ten Years after the Crash, is Civil Society Ready to Take on Big Finance?

As each ten-year milestone approaches – from the collapse of Lehman Brothers on September 2008 to the G20 London Summit held on 2 April 2009 – much...   [ continue reading...]

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Inside the New Economic Science of Capitalism’s Slow-Burn Energy Collapse

New scientific research is quietly rewriting the fundamentals of economics. The new economic science shows decisively that the age of endlessly growing industri...   [ continue reading...]

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Preschool in the Forest

Children at Cedarsong Nature School spend their first school years – rain, shine, and snow – in five acres of Washington State forest. For four hour...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump Signs Executive Order That Rolls Back More Obama-Era Environmental Rules

On Tuesday, the president signed an executive order to improve what he called the country’s “badly broken” infrastructure, which he...   [ continue reading...]

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Deconstructing Transition

The brilliance of the Transition Movement comes largely from its narrative.  This should not be surprising for much of human brilliance shines from our sto...   [ continue reading...]

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Almost Half of Australia’s Petrol, Diesel and Jet Fuel Imports come from South Korea and Japan

As the world wonders what comes next in the North Korean missile crisis we need to have a look what a military confrontation would mean for Australia. This is i...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s Rejection of National Climate Report Would Do More Damage Than Exiting the Paris Agreement

If the Trump administration chooses to reject the pending national Climate Science Special Report, it would be more damaging than pulling the United States...   [ continue reading...]

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The Rules’ Alnoor Ladha on Local Economics, Decentralization of Power, and More

Alnoor will help us understand the interplay between political organization, system thinking, storytelling, technology, and the decentralization of power. In a...   [ continue reading...]

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Brendan O’Connor on Unholy Alliances

This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with Brendan O’Connor, a reporter for Gizmodo Media who has recently written an extensive piece chronicl...   [ continue reading...]

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When Will the United States Transcend White Supremacy?

My question isn’t, “What should we do about the overt white supremacists who, emboldened by Trumpism’s success, have pushed their way back int...   [ continue reading...]

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