The other day, one of the readers over at the other blog asked a question as sensible as it is timely: why do so many sane people start foaming at the mouth when the subject of this year’s US presidential election comes up? It’s a fair question.
Articles: social change (19)
Now perhaps one need is for a citizen's movement based on the idea of a transition to a renewable energy system. That's what Heinberg and Fridley are offering.
We need a new conception of human progress that recognizes the interdependence of the economic, social, political, and environmental spheres.
A strong message throughout this book is the idea that we are the ones who unintentionally perpetuate the very systems we wish to change
Artists rely on emotion to evoke the real raw truths of life.
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?
Futurefarmers is a diverse group of practitioners: artists, researchers, designers, architects, scientists and farmers.
Maybe you, too, know that feeling of despair that comes when learning of some catastrophic impact of climate change...
How should Transition initiatives in communities hit by extreme weather talk about climate change with their neighbours?
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 …