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As Primary Goal, Two Decades Old Community Farm in Tennessee Teaches People to Grow Food Sustainably
By Bethany Knipp, originally published by Seedstock
November 16, 2016
Tags: building resilient food systems, hunger, urban agriculture
Let’s not declare war on climate change
By Brett Buzzanga, Resilience.org
We can choose to live with it or fight against it, but it would serve us well to remember what Rachel Carson told us 60 years ago: “We are a part of nature, and our war against nature is inevitably a war against ourselves.”
May 30, 2023
A Blind Look at Collective Blindness
By Hayden Dahmm, I can still see some light
I think that managing our societal blindness will require us to accept the limitations of perspectives we once relied on, and to not be misled by simplistic hopes.
May 30, 2023
AI: Storytelling, communication and B.S.
By Kurt Cobb, Resource Insights
Artificial intelligence is like artificial sweeteners, not as compelling as the real thing and potentially hazardous to our health.
May 28, 2023
Our Times Call for Managing Complexities, Not Solving Problems
By April M. Short, Resilience.org
How Paicines Ranch in California works to bring business and investment up to date with our times and closer to nature—prioritizing ecosystem health, habitat, and the sequestration of carbon through soil practices.
May 26, 2023