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Looking for Some Answers

Jason Heppenstall looks for some ways to deal with the psychological aspects of collapse.

Mastodon Hill

The TAZ is an ever changing place for wild spirits to congregate.

Could You Live Zero Waste for a Year? Jenny did...

The theory is, less stuff coming in means less stuff going out.

Why Is There So Little Action on Climate Change?

In effect, humanity is playing a game of Russian roulette. So what’s getting in the way of taking the necessary action?

A Camp Amid the Ruins

Well, the Fates were apparently listening last week. As I write this, stock markets around the world are lurching through what might just be the opening moves of the Crash of 2015...

Responding to the Prison Industrial Complex with Permaculture and Resilience

People are also the environment, we are our own ecological system integrated into the larger systems.

From Dismal Science to Language of Beauty – Towards a new story of economics

Humans are storytelling beings. In fact one could argue that it is impossible to make sense of the world without story.

The Psychological Dimension to Sustainability

As the 21st century unfolds it is increasingly clear that we are entering more deeply into times of travail.

A two-century fight for the small, the local and the beautiful

Twentieth-century America witnessed the blossoming of Agrarianism as an intellectual and cultural movement.

Walking is Going Places

Humans’ most common pastime--forsaken for decades as too slow and too much effort-- is now recognized as a health breakthrough, an economic catalyst and a route to happiness.

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