By Resilience.org Staff, Resilience.org
Due to editorial holiday, there will be light posting from Thursday, 30 June, through Friday 8 July. Regular posting will resume on Monday, 11 July.
By Asher Miller, Rob Dietz, Jason Bradford, Resilience.org
Now that online shopping and the technology supporting it have ramped up commercialization and supercharged consumerism, we’re facing existential crises.
By Jody Tishmack, Anima/Soul
The world’s population of humans stands at the edge of rapid change and the future appears unimaginable.
By Giorgos Velegrakis, Undisciplined Environments
In this short intervention, we bring a critical social science perspective to the Planetary Boundaries framework through the notion of societal boundaries and aim to provide a more nuanced understanding of the social nature of thresholds, one that it has the potential to offer guidelines for a just, social-ecological transformation.
By Rapid Transition Alliance Staff, Rapid Transition Alliance
This is one of the greatest challenges for rapid transition in our warming world: as temperatures rise, and extreme heat events become more frequent and severe, how can we keep cool without costing the Earth?
By Jeffrey Howard, Shareable
In the foothills of western North Carolina, the small town of Morganton is home to a growing co-op movement that’s reinvigorating the region’s once-struggling textile and furniture manufacturing industries, and refashioning them around egalitarianism and localism.
By Chris Smaje, Small Farm Future
To blow off a few cobwebs, I decided to spend a couple of days hiking a part of the Ridgeway, which has been in use for around 5,000 years and is supposedly Britain’s oldest road.
By Frank Kaminski, Mud City Press
Set in the eastern United States in the late fall of 2040, the novels chronicle five crucial weeks in the lives of migrants fleeing climate-driven hardships and political leaders doing their best to manage America’s tumble into history's dustbin.