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coal miners deserve their healthcare benefits
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review: botanical treasures by joshua smith
“reform” won’t solve our biggest problems
president trump’s climate inaction sells the future short
climate change as genocide
from platform to open cooperativism
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how residents of frome took governance and the local economy into their own hands
we need our platforms to be real democracies
editor’s picks
preparing for the next movement moment
why we need the yellow house more than ever
think resilience
think resilience chapter 4: depletion
think resilience chapter 3: population and consumption
think resilience chapter 2: energy
think resilience: introduction
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earthed: rethinking education on a changing planet
reclaiming conversation: the power of talk in a digital age
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what an energy revolution looks like
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menu resilience building a world of resilient communities get resilience delivered daily resilience.org email bulletins daily digest of articles weekly email of energy articles weekly email of economy articles weekly email of food & water articles weekly email of environment articles weekly email of society articles homepage news & views all recent articles energy economy environment food & water society featured voices learn think resilience pci products other resources act inspiration resources think resilience about about resilience team faqs contact donate rewilding the imagination by rob hopkins, rob hopkins blog it can’t be like “we need a policy for a rewilded childhood”, because we could be waiting forever, and that ain’t going to happen. and we haven’t got time to wait forever i don’t believe. so it’s what do we all do to rewild our own family, our own community, our own school? april 26, 2017 light posting from 20 april to 5th may by resilience.org staff april 20, 2017 juggling live hand grenades by richard heinberg, post carbon institute april 25, 2017 latest articles coal miners deserve their healthcare benefits by joel stronberg, civil notion while politicians fiddle, citizens are again being left to suffer--perhaps none more than the nearly 23,000 coal miners in pennsylvania, west virginia, ohio, kentucky and elsewhere, facing the loss of healthcare benefits. april 26, 2017 appropriate civilization versus new despotism, month 3, 21st march – 20th april 2017 by jeremy leggett, jeremy leggett blog when it comes to climate and the global clean energy transition, there cannot be vacuums, there can only be drivers, and we are committed to driving this agenda forward. april 25, 2017 introduction to “entropia” by samuel alexander, the simplicity collective the story i am to tell you in this book is a story about a community that became isolated on a small island in the wake of industrial civilisation’s collapse, during the third decade of the twenty-first century. those who grew up on the isle, as i did, sometimes liked to jest that we were the descendents of plato’s banished poets, but the reality is that our humble story is considerably less romantic, with more grit and tears than any fairy tale could ever allow. april 24, 2017 peak oil review – 24 april 2017 by tom whipple, aspo - usa “global oil inventories are falling because of opec and non-opec production cuts, but the road to market balance will be long.” –arthur berman, consulting geologist april 24, 2017 review: botanical treasures by joshua smith by frank kaminski, mud city press this lively reference book offers great insights and practical advice for those striving to embrace sustainable, nature-based ways of living—and to liberate themselves from the pernicious, ailing technosphere that dictates life for most people in the industrial world. april 23, 2017 “reform” won’t solve our biggest problems by kurt cobb, resource insights we can boil at the inequities and destructiveness of the current system. there are times and places that are appropriate for that. but our best chance to traverse the the path to a more decentralized world while minimizing harm and maximizing success is to begin building it. april 23, 2017 president trump’s climate inaction sells the future short by keith kozloff, resilience.org in the cacophony of bad climate stories recently, you’d be forgiven for missing the news that one casualty of trump’s order was the social cost of carbon (scc), a measure that’s been called “the most important number you’ve never heard of.” the scc captures the estimated costs of climate disruption from things like sea-level rise, storms, fires, crop failures and rising death rates. april 22, 2017 climate change as genocide by michael klare, tomsdispatch not since world war ii have more human beings been at risk from disease and starvation than at this very moment. about 20 million people in three african countries -- nigeria, somalia, and south sudan -- as well as in yemen were likely to die if not provided with emergency food and medical aid. april 21, 2017 from platform to open cooperativism by stacco troncoso, ann marie utratel, commons transition beyond critiques of the silicon valley-style “sharing economy”, open cooperativism questions the dominance of capital in the free and open source software economy, and suggests p2p-empowered digital solutions in order to lower the transactional costs of networked cooperative production. april 21, 2017 limits to economic growth? by brian davey, feasta growth of production is central to the core ideology of the current economic system, to the idea of “development” and “progress”. it is central to the legitimacy of the people who run the global economy. without it there is a legitimacy crisis. april 20, 2017 how residents of frome took governance and the local economy into their own hands by upstream staff, shareable the stories in this series come from a small town in the united kingdom called frome, but the themes and topics explored are global in scale, ranging from the americas to the himalayas. despite its unique setting, nestled in the sleepy countryside of southeast england, frome is a microcosm of much of what is taking place in towns and cities through the world. april 19, 2017 we need our platforms to be real democracies by nathan schneider, open democracy governments should recognize that cooperative platforms will mean more wealth staying in their communities and serving their constituents. rather than trying (and failing) to say “no” to the likes of uber, platform co-ops are something public institutions can say “yes” to. april 19, 2017 load moreeditor’s picks preparing for the next movement moment by george lakey, waging nonviolence we can’t predict where and when the next movement moment will start. fortunately, help has shown up to steer us away from predictable mistakes when the moment comes. april 14, 2017 why we need the yellow house more than ever by rob hopkins, rob hopkins blog what could you catalyse where you live that would act in the same way? how could your community, your place, tell a story about what the future could be, a story that burns in bright colours? because goodness knows we need those. april 10, 2017 think resilience think resilience chapter 4: depletion by richard heinberg, resilience.org april 25, 2017 think resilience chapter 3: population and consumption by richard heinberg, resilience.org april 10, 2017 think resilience chapter 2: energy by richard heinberg, resilence.org march 23, 2017 think resilience: introduction by richard heinberg december 13, 2016 featured resources earthed: rethinking education on a changing planet worldwatch institute with global environmental changes locked into our future, what we teach must evolve.… april 24, 2017 reclaiming conversation: the power of talk in a digital age by sherry turkle, penguin press we live in a technological universe in which we are always communicating. and yet we have sacrificed conversation for mere connection. april 18, 2017 more articleseconomyenergyenvironmentfood & watersociety what an energy revolution looks like by alexis zeigler, grassroots economic organizing living energy farm (louisa, virginia) is a community of people who support themselves without the use of fossil fuel. our project has been built at modest cost so it can be replicated around the world. living energy farm is a fully operational farm and community, not just an idea. april 18, 2017 the role of energy in production by steve keen, youtube economic theory has failed to incorporate the role of energy in production for two centuries since the physiocrats. in this video i derive a production function that includes energy in an essential manner. it implies that economic growth has been driven by the increase in the energy throughput capabilities of machinery. april 17, 2017 sand mining part 2: the story of a conflict mineral by joel stronberg, civil notion the expanding economies of asia, africa and the middle east are placing such great demands on global sand supplies that scarcity could soon prove to be an hyperbole. the sand spoken of here is that used for fracking, construction and industrial processes, e.g. glass and silicone manufacture. april 17, 2017 the yarn rebellion in ardèche by ines grau, future perfect in 1975, five penniless friends began restoring an old spinning mill in an attempt to revive the local wool industry. today, the coop ardelaine and its partners employ about 50 workers. april 13, 2017 the mushroom at the end of the world: review by samuel oslund, greenhorns blog salvage capitalism, ecological assemblages, and precarity… these are a few concepts that anna lowenhaupt tsing fleshes out in the mushroom at the end of the world, a genre bending book that tracks the global economy by way of the matsutake mushroom. april 13, 2017 what a state-owned bank can do for new jersey by ellen brown, web of debt that is one of the major benefits to the state of having its own bank: it can borrow very cheaply in the money markets. it can get the sort of wall street perks not otherwise available to governments, businesses, or individuals; and it is backstopped by the federal reserve system if it runs short of funds. april 12, 2017 load more follow us facebook twitter youtube × featured author chris smaje chris smaje works a small mixed farm in somerset and blogs at smallfarmfuture.org.uk. he’s written on environmental and agricultural issues for publications like the land, permaculture magazine and in dark mountain: issue 6, and also in academic journals (agroecology &... resilience is a program of post carbon institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the world transition away from fossil fuels and build sustainable, resilient communities. content on this site is subject to our fair use notice. about us contact donate rss feeds news archive ×close filter by audio video all content search


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