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Does Art Sense Social Change Before Science Does?

Artists rely on emotion to evoke the real raw truths of life.

Creating Social Change Through Alternative Institutions

For activists committed to building a more democratic, open, and sustainable world, one question looms larger than all others: How do we create social change?

Farming art for change

Futurefarmers is a diverse group of practitioners: artists, researchers, designers, architects, scientists and farmers.

Time to take ownership of the Anthropocene

Maybe you, too, know that feeling of despair that comes when learning of some catastrophic impact of climate change...

George Marshall on communicating climate change following extreme weather events

How should Transition initiatives in communities hit by extreme weather talk about climate change with their neighbours?

Turning the herd

We might think of these as “seed” experiments — complimentary currencies, ecovillages, “cool” stoves, and non-violent methods of conflict transformation — as the fringe of society but they are actually the leading edge of our inevitable future, if we are to …

The Power of Just Doing Stuff

What would it be like if we all did something?

A New Society From the Bottom Up

So broadly speaking, even amongst radicals, most people are open to thinking about new directions, but they don’t have a fully coherently defined vision of where they’re going and how to go forward.

Alternative Tomorrow's World: People-Powered Flour Mill

If you stick your head out of the door and sniff the zeitgeist, it definitely seems there is a resurgence of creative design for social change.

It’s not the economy, it’s the stupid paradigm

Americans’ level of concern for the environment waxes and wanes, depending on how the economy is faring, as illustrated in the 2011 Gallup chart below. The chart shows responses to the question whether the economy or the environment should be given preference asked from 1985 through 2011. …

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