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the next system project, reconsidered
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better ways to live: honoring social inventors, exploring new challenges
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the circular economy: is it the solution to resource depletion and pollution?
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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 about about resilience team faqs contact donate the sacred, the profane, and the fatal flaw in politics by vanessa spedding, vivid nor is there any need for politics to be something inflicted on us, at great cost to our souls, by tyrannical, abstract systems. instead it should and could be something we recapture from its lofty conceptual realms, disarm, bring down to earth, and revive — in the process remaking ourselves and our world. february 21, 2017 journey to earthland: review by mark garavan, feasta february 21, 2017 reason, creativity and freedom: the communalist model by eleanor finley, roar magazine february 21, 2017 latest articles don’t just buy american, buy local by grant henninger, strong towns this is where buy local is different from buy america. buying locally-produced products that are sold in locally-owned stores is a key strategy for building local wealth. every dollar spent locally is a dollar of wealth retained in the community. the alternative is for that wealth to leak into other communities while making the local community poorer. this is the community expression of the saying, “a penny saved is a penny earned.” february 21, 2017 battery power boost to renewables by kieran cooke, climate news network researchers at the john a paulson school of engineering and applied sciences at harvard university in the us say in an article published in acs energy letters that they have now developed a long-lasting flow battery capable of storing renewable power that­ could operate for up to 10 years, with minimum maintenance required. february 21, 2017 sanctuary restaurants provide support to individuals facing hostility by alanna wittet, food tank numerous restaurants across the country have joined a sanctuary restaurants movement to offer safe and tolerant spaces to restaurant workers, employers, and consumers that face hate and harassment in the restaurant industry. february 21, 2017 oroville emergency a warning for u.s. dam safety by brett walton, circle of blue the near-failure on sunday evening of the auxiliary spillway at oroville dam and the ongoing emergency operations to contain flood waters in california’s second-largest reservoir and shore up its eroding outlet are a tale of caution for the nation’s aging dam fleet. february 21, 2017 “our freedom is based on something finite’ by hilary jennings, transition network hilary jennings of transition town tooting and transition network recently saw ella hickson’s explosive play oil and was fascinated by it. it follows the lives of one woman and her daughter in an epic, hurtling collision of empire, history and family, and drills deep into the world’s relationship with this finite resource. february 20, 2017 a hotbed of social invention by john darling, ashland daily tidings ashland has an abundance of "social inventors" — people who see a need in the community and are able to rally others to take part in it, all to make life better, more fun and more hopeful. in a new book called "better ways to live," ashlander craig k. comstock profiles a raft of social inventions, many which influence the ashland community... february 20, 2017 starting a market garden by chris smaje, small farm future i promised a turn to more practical matters, and since the discussions under both my last two posts somehow managed to turn, as all discussions should, from global politics to market gardening, let’s have a think about the latter. especially because i recently received a query from some start-up market gardeners asking some interesting questions about the business side of it, which struck me as good material to share in a blog post and hopefully elicit some other people’s responses. february 20, 2017 the good tenant by brian miller, south roane agrarian to run a small diversified farm is to live within the wheel. it turns for the seasons, for the markets, for the climate. we have spent these many years planning, building, and repairing the infrastructure to support multiple endeavors, to make the farm resilient, to create and sustain a place where the absence of one species simply indicates another cycle, unremarked in the larger scheme. february 20, 2017 entrepreneurship – the narrative of destructive creation by brian davey, feasta in the religion of economics, the entrepreneur is a hero engaged in a narrative of destructive creation. entrepreneurs are tragically noble figures on a treadmill of competition – but who is really making the sacrifices? february 20, 2017 peak oil review – feb 20 2017 by tom whipple, aspo-usa a weekly roundup of peak oil news. oil prices have moved little since they jumped from the mid-$40s to the mid-$50s in late november. last week was no exception. february 20, 2017 appropriate civilization versus new despotism: state of play on 20th february 2017, one month into the trump presidency by jeremy leggett, jeremy leggett blog suddenly believers in the possibility of a better civilization, one rooted in increasing human co-operation and harmony, find ourselves in a world where demagogues can now realistically plot the polar opposite: a new despotism rooted in rising isolationist nationalism and human conflict. the more we dig into how the demagogues and their supporters have organised their recent successes, in particular in using technology to manipulate voter beliefs on an industrial scale, the more terrified many of us find ourselves. february 20, 2017 working with straw by brian kaller, restoring mayberry these days, human-scale straw bales have been largely replaced by mammoth cylinders that require mammoth farm equipment; another way we have used the cheap energy of recent decades to burn our bridges. if you can find some of the old rectangular, metre-long bales, however, they can be put to many uses. february 17, 2017 load moreeditor’s picks what permaculture can teach us about commons by david bollier, david bollier blog as a developed set of social practices, techniques and ethical norms, permaculture has a lot to say to the world of the commons. this is immediately clear from reading the twelve design principles of permaculture that david holmgren enumerated in his 2002 book permaculture: principles and practices beyond sustainability. february 17, 2017 the next system project, reconsidered by len krimerman, grassroots economic organizing but while i certainly agree that it’s (long past) time to talk about what comes next, and that there’s a very widespread need for something entirely different, it doesn’t really follow – and i’m far from sure – that what we most need is a “next system”. why so? february 17, 2017 think resilience think resilience: introduction by richard heinberg december 13, 2016 featured resources failing states, collapsing systems by nafeez ahmed, springer this work executes a unique transdisciplinary methodology building on the author’s previous book, a user’s guide to the crisis of civilization: and how to save it (pluto, 2010), which was the first peer-reviewed study to establish a social science framework for the integrated analysis of crises across climate, energy, food, economic, terror and the police state. february 20, 2017 better ways to live: honoring social inventors, exploring new challenges by craig k. comstock, willow press everybody knows what a physical invention is, but what is a social invention? on the community level, it can be as simple as a story-telling evening or an "abundance swap," both among the many examples described here. on the global level, the peace corps was a social invention. february 17, 2017 more articleseconomyenergyenvironmentfood & watersociety the circular economy: is it the solution to resource depletion and pollution? by mark burton, steady-state manchester as christian arnsperger suggests, to retrieve the idea of circularity requires a second concept, that of sufficiency, of “enough”. without that, it is at best a way of postponing the inevitable crash, and at worst a way of giving false credibility to the growthist delusion. so the idea of resource cycling loops needs combining with the radical reduction of consumption, long product durability, re-use and repair. february 16, 2017 what’s the role of the legal system in creating an equitable economy? by janelle orsi, erin axelrod, shareable in this episode of next economy now, erin axelrod, a partner at lift economy, interviews janelle orsi, founder of the sustainable economies law center. february 15, 2017 basic income and the new universalism by roope mokka, katariina rantanen, the next era the universal basic income has become a subject of increasing fascination across the entire ideological spectrum in recent years. capable of much more than just a simple “employment fix”, basic income could help to create no less than a shared political vision for a future society. february 15, 2017 economy of things by seth moser-katz, justin ritchie, the extraenvironmentalist though we often think the modern culture of consumerism is an export from united states and a product of capitalism, people long before today’s era were enjoying the benefit of soft shoes, beautiful cloth and exceptional goods. february 14, 2017 why are my highly educated friends so ignorant about trade? by isabel marlens, local futures why are so many young people – even those with the “best” educations – almost completely ignorant about a huge ongoing threat to human rights, democracy and the climate? well, i guess it’s not surprising. february 14, 2017 child care co-ops by amy martin, lee nichols, resilience.org of all the problems facing parents, making sure our children have access to the highest quality childcare is one of the biggest. as studio members at near now...we have been working with #radicalchildcare founder amy martin to research and prototype possible alternatives to current childcare provision. february 13, 2017 load more follow us facebook twitter youtube × featured author robert jensen robert jensen is a professor in the school of journalism at the university of texas at austin and board member of the third coast activist resource center in austin. he is the author of plain radical: living, loving, and learning... 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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