Teacher Heinz Frey halted the demise of “mom-and-pop stores” by creating new village centres – first in his home village, then in other communities and urban districts.
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The stories running our heads influence everything from our beliefs to our values to our actions.
Biocultural rights represent a bold new departure in human rights law that recognizes the importance of a community’s stewardship over lands and waters.
The most urgent question today is what must be done now and in the near future to achieve major mitigation of carbon emissions.
The non-negotiable foundation of any meaningful response to the crisis of our time, as I’ve pointed out more than once here, can be summed up conveniently with the acronym L.E.S.S.—that is, Less Energy, Stuff, and Stimulation.
Instead of the top-down approach to tool development put forward by corporate agribusiness, the event this weekend prioritized local manufacturing, easily repairable and modifiable tool design, and collaborative and iterative research and development.
I think Buen Vivir is a proposal aimed at making visible and expressible aspects of reality that are ignored by the dominant paradigm.
We can take the next step in our evolution, a step towards the Permacene.
On Saturday, March 21, fifty organizers and activists from all six New England states (plus one intrepid Californian) gathered in Keene NH to discuss resilience, Transition, and the future we want to create.
Missing from the conversation are ideas that are both practical and radical.