By Resilience.org Staff, Resilience.org
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By Dana Visalli, Global Research
Working with school children in Afghanistan, one experiences the great sweetness of the people there and the commonplace lack of ecological understanding of how the physical world works. This absence of understanding is magnified by the striking deterioration of the Afghan land and the American effort to address these pressing problems with bombs and bullets.
By Dana Visalli, Methow Biodiversity Project
A human society that aspires for long-term sustainability will want to live in accord with basic ecological principles: energy comes from the sun; all resources are constantly cycled such that there is no waste whatsoever; fertile soil is the foundation of terrestrial life; and a sustainable population of a given species is one that is maintained at or within the carrying capacity of the ecosystem.
By Dana Visalli, Energy Bulletin
The Latin root for humus, humility, and humanure are all the same, and translates as “earth.”
By Dana Visalli, Partnership for a Sustainable Methow / Energy Bulletin
Biofuels could only play a meaningful role in a society that lived with some ecological modesty argues Dana Visalli
By Dana Visalli, Partnership for a Sustainable Methow
Introduction to ERoEI.