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Articles: building resilient communities (300)
John Michael Greer’s latest nonfiction book looks at the likely trajectory for North America over the next five centuries.
The cluster of townhomes and apartments brings together low-income elders and nine adults who have adopted or are in the process of adopting children out of foster care through an organization that provides on-site services and creates a support network for all.
“This is a female moment in time,” observes Rev Dele, founder of the Virginia-based, Soil Souls. “The Earth and society are about to give birth to a new culture. It’s women who give birth to that which is yet unseen.”
Here, with a purpose that threads through generations, work, celebration, and activism are a seamless whole.
There is growing evidence showing that place impacts people’s health on multiple scales.
As long as we’ve had language—for tens of thousands of years, at last estimate—we’ve been able to formulate the question, “What will tomorrow bring?”
We converse with each other, but to the monopolies, we are a noise – a sea bird colony at nesting time…
The man you might not know. And yet if you know anything about the Green Party, Tradable Energy Quotas, the Transition Movement, New Economics Foundation or the Soil Association you would have met his ideas and his vision many times.
Rob Hopkins recently appeared as a guest on the the Permaculture Podcast with Scott Mann. Their conversation spans permaculture, Transition, BREXIT, and what it takes build real community resilience.