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The Richness of the Land

The Weirauchs got their first two dairy sheep as a wedding gift fourteen years ago. The operation began as a hobby, but grew in scope (as hobbies involving livi...   [ continue reading...]

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Life’s Economy is Primarily Based on Collaborative rather than Competitive Advantage

As our focus shifts from individuals and individual species as the unit of survival to the collective of life — its complex dynamic interactio...   [ continue reading...]

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Half the Global Population Could Face Unknown Climates by Mid-Century

Billions of people across the world could see climates they’ve never experienced before by the middle of the century, a new study says. Using a measure of...   [ continue reading...]

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Learning What to Make of It

This is what that voice whispered to me, as once it whispered to Rilke: you must change your life. I came here because I can’t justify my complicity any m...   [ continue reading...]

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Cooperative Commonwealth & the Partner State

Thankfully, the elements of a new imaginary are all around us. The outlines of a new political economy that is both humane and in which the fulfillment of the p...   [ continue reading...]

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Planting the Seeds of Degrowth in Times of Crisis

Today, we are participants in a complex and severe crisis, and a radical crisis requires radical solutions. Through a number of examples it became obvious that...   [ continue reading...]

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Atlantic Crossing

More importantly, the days spent on crossing by sail put nothing into the atmosphere except the breath of the sailors. Today’s commercial passenger fleet...   [ continue reading...]

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Exploring Placemaking in Amsterdam

Amsterdammers have been doing placemaking for years, and for us, it’s a huge part of what makes the city so lively and full of creative energy. Project f...   [ continue reading...]

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Whitehall’s Fracking Science Failure

The issue here is about science and uncertainty. So first, What is ‘science’? It is a process for how we find, measure and then evaluate the real wo...   [ continue reading...]

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On Brewing Beer to Capture the Imagination

Shaun Hill is the founder and CEO of Hill Farmstead in Vermont, who are, for me, one of the most imaginative breweries in the world. Based on the farm that has...   [ continue reading...]

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Is Renewable Energy a Commons?

Is energy a mere commodity, or is it a common good? Why is this relevant in the first place? Here we look at why energy is part of our commons, from the sources...   [ continue reading...]

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Food Versus the City of Istanbul

Istanbul, like many other cities, is under heavy pressure from urban development projects. In the face of this threat, the DÜRTÜK collective supports...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump is Slow to Fill Key Agency Positions: Is this a Good Thing for the Environment?

Administrative incompetence and an unwillingness to operate within established practices may not be impeachable offenses. I can guarantee it is likely to turn o...   [ continue reading...]

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The Carbon Code: Imperfect Answers to Impossible Questions

“How can we reconcile our desire to save the planet from the worst effects of climate change with our dependence on the systems that cause it? How can we...   [ continue reading...]

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Economists as Priesthood – a Religion Based on Assumptions

The ideas of the economists are important because they frame the way we understand the world, sometimes distracting us from understanding and living in the worl...   [ continue reading...]

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The Ecological Land Co-operative – Funding Future Farms

The ELC is the only organisation in England to offer affordable residential smallholdings for ecological land users. Their approach aims to overcome two key bar...   [ continue reading...]

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What’s Secure About Food Security?

Most useful to good food campaigners, McDonald’s book positions food security within the context of “human security” — a new...   [ continue reading...]

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Philadelphia Water Rate Links Payments to Household Income

The financial struggle of the poorest Americans is a national concern as wages for those at the bottom fail to keep pace with the rising costs of living: food,...   [ continue reading...]

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This Revolution Will Not Be Centralized: Mid-Atlantic Hub Creates ‘Egalitarian Spokescouncil’

We demand egalitarian treatment of others, and for others. Yet, do our own daily actions indicate that we value each other’s humanity equally? How does th...   [ continue reading...]

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Make the Anthill Great Again: The Ant Colony and the Human One

In history, we see the widespread attempt to place a single human being – that is, a single brain – in charge of the activity of the state. That som...   [ continue reading...]

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