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By Tom Whipple, Steve Andrews, The Energy Bulletin
The course of the coronavirus continued to roil the oil markets last week. After a 10 percent gain since the beginning of the year, oil reversed last week as new outbreaks of the virus accompanied by recent lockdowns appeared worldwide.
By Chris Smaje, Small Farm Future
As I see it, the case for a turn to peasant farming today is about trying to meet the challenges of the present, not about trying to recross that unbridgeable and silent river of history.
By Robert Jensen, Wes Jackson, Podcast from the Prairie
In this episode of “Podcast from the Prairie,” Wes Jackson and Robert Jensen discuss the creativity of both humans and the larger living world.
By Joel Stronberg, Civil Notion
Whether speaking philosophically of the meaning of democracy and what keeps it strong or specifically of what ails the nation, the differences between Joe Biden and Donald Trump are stark.
By Kerryn Higgs, MIT Press Reader
Over the course of the 20th century, capitalism preserved its momentum by molding the ordinary person into a consumer with an unquenchable thirst for more stuff.
By Kurt Cobb, Resource Insights
PFAS, a toxic group of industrial chemicals, are now pervasive in the environment including in the bodies of nearly every human tested.
By Uche Isieke, Resilience.org
With the social media tool in our hands, we can transform, build resilience and achieve sustainable development for our various communities.
By Gaia Foundation staff, Gaia Foundation
First published in 1985 by agronomist Francis Chaboussou, Healthy Crops: A New Agricultural Revolution is republished online in full here for the first time!