In effect, humanity is playing a game of Russian roulette. So what’s getting in the way of taking the necessary action?
Articles: community resilience (85)
Twentieth-century America witnessed the blossoming of Agrarianism as an intellectual and cultural movement.
Fundamentally, we have to “hospice what’s left of the system we’re leaving behind, while planting the seeds for the future we’re building.”
If we want to secure community control, we must plant our feet...on the people’s inherent, constitutional, collective right to govern the places where they live.
It is as simple as this - when the bees lose, we lose, and that is the road we are going down.
The Converging Environmental and Economic Crises: A pep talk for those paying attention by Nate Hagens
Suggestions on how society might better adapt, physically and psychologically, to what's ahead.
I see celebration as one of those things that nourishes us psychologically, emotionally, spiritually. I was thinking about this also in terms of how important celebration is in keeping us going.
How can the permaculture approach can be applied to creating value -- aka, capital -- across the full spectrum of our lives?
If you’re anything like me, your laundry list of things to do gets a little crazy about this time of year.
Something is stirring in northern California and it feels a lot like the future...