By Claude Jolicoeur, Resilience.org
One long-standing question, which is unresolved within the cider community, is that of a good definition of cider.
By Paul Mobbs, Free Range Activism Website
Electricity supply, one of the systemic flaws in the UK’s failing economy, looks increasingly like it could fracture this Winter – and without accepting why that model is broken that cannot be avoided.
By Pamela Haines, Waging Nonviolence
From the Navajo Nation to a small town in Pennsylvania to Ecuador, then across the world, the idea of enshrining the rights of nature is only growing.
By Josefina Skerk, ARC2020
I am proud of the Sámi parliament for creating the Environmental Programme – called Eallinbiras in Sámi. It is more of a life programme. We are trying to convey the Sámi culture to inspire others to have a more sustainable view on life.
By Robert Raymond, Shareable
What is the dark side of the energy transition — particularly for the Global South and Indigenous communities?
By Eliza Daley, By my solitary hearth
I do not want an oil-burning furnace. I can’t afford an oil-burning furnace. I don’t want oil-burning anything to even be.
By James R. Martin, The R-word
My point is that if we're going to really have an energy transition it will have to be primarily a transition to a much less energy intensive economy and material culture.
By Ter García, Resilience.org
Now Lalo and another five persons face going to jail for two years and a half if they don’t pay nearly 110.000 euros. This is the money that the court of Guadalajara says it will cost for the demolition of the houses they have rebuilt with the same stones with which the original houses were built.