Resilience...is the capacity to make ongoing adjustments to changing political, economic, and ecological conditions.
Articles: building resilient communities (58)
So even though post apocalyptic stories are my favorite ones to read and watch, it is the story of the Tao and a life lived in accordance with nature that I want to play a role in.
If it wasn’t obvious before, it is now: capitalism has become the most divisive issue of our time.
What, exactly, is reskilling? The answer to this question is not so obvious.
Think less NIMBY (“Not In My Back Yard”), and more SWIMBY (“Something Wonderful In My Back Yard”).
How should we think about rage against money? I believe this necessarily entails building non-monetized, non-commodified social relations.
The takeaway: Strip-mining more than stripped the land; it stripped the traces of any human contact.
Journalist, author and activist Chris Hedges took time during his September 13, 2014 appearance at Fighting Bob Fest in Baraboo, Wisconsin, to talk about the human race’s sustainability or potential collapse in the age of unstoppable climate change, corporate domination, and perpetual war.
There are some exciting aspects to New Urbanism but there are downsides as well, including the displacement of lower-income people as new urbanism moves into an area.
Solutions Grassroots is a reaction to how often people asked the renewable energy question on our tour. So it was a response to our audience, a response to our fans, a response to the people who are fighting fracking.