Elizabeth Svoboda: Extolling the Virtues of the Hunter-Gatherer Lifestyle
In “Civilized to Death,” Christopher Ryan argues that our nomadic ancestors were better off than we are today.
Connie Post: Prime Meridian
and watch the glaciers fall
the oceans rise
David Korten: The Time for Postponing Climate Action Is Over
Humanity is reawakening to a basic truth understood by earlier humans, by many Indigenous people today, and now confirmed by the leading scientists: We are born of and members of a living Earth community.
Isabella Kaminski: Combating Climate Change through Re-forestation
Reforestation must be done in collaboration with those directly affected; after all, there was usually a human reason why the forest was cut down or degraded in the first place.
Nathan Williams: Experiencing Firsthand Failures of UN Climate Politics, I Realized Civil Disobedience Only Route Left
We exist in the midst of planetary tragedy. A tragedy that demands we face the truth and ask the hardest questions about how we now must live.
Steve Fraser: The Greening of the New Deal
The Green New Deal is even more socially capacious than the old one, embracing as it does the need for universal health care, a guaranteed annual income, a program of affordable housing, commitments to truly clean water and air, and a revolution in the production of healthy food.
George Monbiot: Embarrassment of Riches
Every day, private jets take off from London carrying a single passenger, mostly flying to Russia and the US. Each of them is filled with 32,000 litres of fuel. That’s as much fossil energy as a small African town might use in a year.
Stephanie Van Hook: Beyond Coping — How to Find the Strength to Take on Climate Change
Our emotional energy can be a source of power.
Tom Engelhardt: On the Precipice
In an ongoing gesture of self-destruction, humanity has been tapping what might be thought of as Pyromaniacs, Incorporated, to run the world.
Abby Zimet: The Cruelty is the Point
Sweet mother of God. Racist and cruel doesn’t begin to cover the ongoing atrocities now daily committed – coincidentally, virtually entirely against brown and black people – by the sick demons running our country.
Christian Parenti: What Will Happen If We Fail to Address the Climate Crisis
The effects of climate change are already upon us. Here’s what the 2020s and 2030s will look like if we fail to change things. The climate crisis is often imagined … Continue reading →