Monthly Archives: March 2015

On Climate, Humanity Must Rise Up Against ‘Collective Shrug of Fatalism’

Common Dreams 6 March 2015 Alongside an announcement by The Guardian’s editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger on Friday in which he said climate change stands out as perhaps the single most important issue now facing humanity—one he says his outlet could have … Continue reading

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Can degrowth help save our natural resources?

By Jen Wilton, originally published by Contributoria Climate justice. A global basic income. Equitable distribution of wealth. Do these seem like wild utopian ideas? A growing body of research suggests that not only are such ideas possible, they may actually … Continue reading

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Making do with more

One may not agree with his overall approach, but the fact that we might be able to meet our basic needs with 30% of the existing workforce is good news for those of us wanting to spend more time on … Continue reading

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