Like resurrected dinosaurs, movements are living creatures; therefore, they need a kind of DNA to serve as the building blocks for how the movement shows up in the world.
Articles: social movements (261)
If we want to address the entrenched injustices and suffering in the world, then, put simply, activists will need to work together.
Take a straw poll of nearly any Western country and you’ll soon notice that a lot of people are unhappy.
A new anthology of essays, Build the City: Perspectives on Commons and Culture, powerfully confirms that the “city as a commons” meme is surging.
We’re in a crisis so deep, so knotted, so unprecedented, and so urgent that, well, we have to change everything, pretty much. Or else.
Barcelona’s new mayor, former housing rights activist Ada Colau, has compared the experience of winning the city election this spring to giving birth for the first time.
This is a report about COP21 that didn’t make the headlines...
In times of crisis, the only reasonable response is to intervene, and it’s time for civil society in Australia and elsewhere to build the pathways needed to allow people to step into powerful nonviolent direct action.
It is now more than ever apparent that the permaculture/ regenerative agriculture/ carbon farming community has the more efficient solutions to sequestering carbon and reversing the negative effects of sea level rise, rising temperatures, and ecosystem exploitation.
Hypocrisy can take many forms, but at COP 21 it has one underlying purpose: