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Articles: community resilience (70)
Researchers have discovered a “wonder drug” for many of today’s most common medical problems, says Dr. Bob Sallis, a family practitioner at a Kaiser Permanente clinic in Fontana, California.
I’ve been thinking a lot in the past months about the question of sustainability in the long and short term – not of our society, or the planet but of people and groups within the Transition movement itself.
The future of health care...involves...returning to the commons of care.
Living quietly alongside the Industrial Growth Economy is another economy, an ancient one.
If the expectations we've been brought up with have now become dreams, how we cope with the shock will affect not just how we can build a better future, but whether we can conceive of a better future at all.
Thrivalists will show that the multiple crises facing us create an unmatched opportunity to transform communities and the larger society on a deep level.
What we’ve got, mainly, to get us through life, with a maximum of happiness and a minimum of suffering, is each other.
•The Fossil Fuels War •On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs •Big Data, Disaster Resilience and Lord of the Rings •Dreaming of Uncivilisation
At Northwest Earth Institute, we often hear from people who are looking for ways to live more sustainably—in their local communities, on college campuses, within faith communities, and at work.