hoffmand on November 14th, 2009

Meet Rob Hopkins. In 1990, Rob was an artist, traveling in the Hunza Valley of Northern Pakistan. Now he’s an educator, a permaculture designer, a natural builder, and cofounder of the transition town movement. So what happened in that valley to turn a young artist into an internationally known educator and author? Well, Rob caught […]

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ramosj on October 12th, 2009

Mann and Kump hit the nail right on the head when they say “there is no easy way to meet the world’s rising energy demands in a climate-friendly manner” (Dire Predictions p 161), and they are right. Nothing worth having is easily attainable.

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hoffmand on September 14th, 2009

Indigenous Peoples Organizations (IPOs) are an important constituency in international climate change negotiations today. Perhaps because as a collective group, indigenous peoples have been dominated and neglected for hundreds of years, often uprooted from their lands and treated disrespectfully. Or maybe on some level, we realize that, as a collective group, indigenous peoples around the world might hold […]

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Brett Shollenberger on September 13th, 2009

While coalitions meeting at Copenhagen this December may have many different needs, perspectives, and individual goals, it is important to remember the interconnectivity of the Earth. Interconnectivity: The concept that all parts of a system interact with and rely on one another simply by the fact that they occupy the same system, and that a […]

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