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Articles: powering down (35)
I live in the nation with the highest rates of personal consumption and energy use ever seen on earth, and I live small.
The accelerating climate crisis requires massive mobilization of populations to take back control of our lives through resistance, replacement, and resilience.
Setting aside some of my big ambitions — studying, writing, trying to amass twitter followers — to simply move slowly evolved my understanding of how to degrow.
More than a hundred years of consumer capitalism and the free labor of fossil fuels have left most of us ill-equipped to contemplate the essentials of life and the value of work.
Our narrator ventures out of Toledo into a tier one rural county and sees one of the alternative cultures taking shape in the Lakeland Republic.
As this year wraps up and the footage for our feature-length documentary, A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity, goes away to the editor, I'm planning a trip to New Zealand to make a series of short films about all kinds of inspiring people and projects.
After a two-century-long burning bender, the globe is in for a heck of a hangover.
The 1972 book, Limits to Growth, is the best-selling environmental book of all time, and deservedly so.
A Simpler Way is a documentary about simple living, permaculture, and local economy as a response to global crises.