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Can ‘Localism’ Restore Sanity to Politics?

This is localism, a bottom-up, practically oriented way of looking at today’s biggest policy dilemmas. Instead of always or only seeking to fix municipal...   [ continue reading...]



Down-to-Earth Policy: Improving Soil Health

While awareness of soil health is increasing, current global agricultural regulations and policy and market incentives do not lead agriculture toward a sustaina...   [ continue reading...]



Review: Lifeline by Catherine McGuire

McGuire’s book is an adventure that scores on every front, from its tense action scenes, to its finely realized characters and emotionally involving dram...   [ continue reading...]



Suddenly, Solar Energy plus Storage is Giving Conventional Fuels a Run for their Money

The increasingly competitive dynamic duo of solar photovoltaic plus battery storage is taking energy markets by storm. Utilities are increasingly looking at bat...   [ continue reading...]



Time and Temporal Inequality

Temporal inequality is a little noticed feature of our society. Poor people wait for things – the well-off are waited on. Temporal inequality is crucial t...   [ continue reading...]



Blueprint for an Earth Jurisprudence Economy

The journey towards an Earth jurisprudence economy, rather than being seen as an insurmountable challenge, can serve as a uniting force in our defense of the gl...   [ continue reading...]



Food Policy, Sustainability, and Basic Income – a U.S. Perspective

The U.S. Congress will be considering renewing the Farm Bill before the current authorization expires on September 30, 2018.  As Feasta members commemorate...   [ continue reading...]



Flip This Well: How Fracking Company CEOs Get Rich While Losing Billions

Halcón is an excellent example of the Ponzi scheme that is the fracked oil story in America. Big promises that lead to huge loans that lea...   [ continue reading...]



Exceeding 1.5C of Global Warming will Hit Poorest the Hardest

In our study, we examine the consequences of missing the 1.5C limit in terms of the change people experience in their local climate. We do this using the &ldquo...   [ continue reading...]



Favianna Rodriguez says Climate Change Imagery Lacks a Human Touch

I would like to see less images specifically about the traditional view of nature. For years, for decades, for centuries, many of the spaces of nature just have...   [ continue reading...]



We Are All in the Clutches of the Delusion Dragon

It’s time to accept that we are not going to dislodge the entrenched interests holding back effective action on looming climate chaos by any means tried s...   [ continue reading...]



Blockchain as a Force for Good: How this Technology could Transform the Sharing Economy

When we find ourselves in a world fully immersed in blockchain, we will find that it is a permanently transformed one — one where cooperatives, schools, a...   [ continue reading...]



Separate and Unequal: Chuck Collins on How Wealth Divides Us

Extreme inequality of wealth, income, and opportunity is warping everything we care about. It takes away the sense that we’re all in the same boat. It scr...   [ continue reading...]



Breaking the Chains of Delusion

Many people think that technological development follows a path directed by quasi-natural laws that head into one and only one direction – called “p...   [ continue reading...]



New Data Reveal the Hidden Mechanisms of the Collapse of the Roman Empire

The Ancient Romans never understood what hit them. Nor did later historians: there exist literally hundreds of theories on what caused the fall of the Roma...   [ continue reading...]



Peak Oil Review: 28 May 2018

The price spike continued through last Monday and then collapsed as word spread that Russia and the Saudis were considering phasing out the 1.8 million barrel p...   [ continue reading...]



Sally Weintrobe on Nurturing Imagination amid a ‘Culture of Uncare’

For peoples’ minds and imaginations to flower, they need two conditions. They need to be able to love and to care for others and they need to be cared abo...   [ continue reading...]



The toxic price of convenience

The desire to make our lives maintenance-free often creates unintended environmental and health consequences. Every decision to transfer a maintenance task...   [ continue reading...]



Paris is Building the Eco-Community of the Future Right Now. Here’s How.

With the development of Clichy-Batignolles, the city of Paris has created a groundbreaking eco-village filled with such buildings. Begun in 2002, the massive re...   [ continue reading...]



Western Grid Regionalization

California and 12 other US states, plus parts of Canada and Mexico, are considering whether to expand the California wholesale grid and balancing area to includ...   [ continue reading...]

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