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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 solidarity ecosystems of occupied factories by liam barrington-bush, roar magazine the workers of the recuperated vio.me factory in greece are building towards more supportive communities and a stronger, less-fractured society. january 18, 2017 reinventing poor cities at scale by charles marohn, strong towns january 18, 2017 the keystone pipeline network could soon be completed under trump, but will it be safe? by julie dermansky, desmog blog january 18, 2017 latest articles rescuing chile’s roots by constanza pérez verdugo, future perfect two chilean initiatives are using luxury tourism to promote small businesses in rural areas and preserve indigenous cultural heritage. january 18, 2017 milk: the sustainability issue by emily franklin, sustainable food trust the most recent turn in the uk dairy crisis is the rejection of milk by young people, replaced by alternatives such as soya or almond milk. david dobbin, the chief executive of united dairy farmers has described this as a “demographic time bomb”. january 18, 2017 union co-operatives: what they are and why we need them by simon taylor, new internationalist trade unionist jimmy reid described alienation as ‘the frustration of ordinary people excluded from the process of decision-making’. this frustration is endemic in contemporary neoliberalised economies... january 18, 2017 peak uranium: the uncertain future of nuclear energy by ugo bardi, michael dittmar, alice friedemann, cassandra's legacy declining uranium production will make it impossible to obtain a significant increase in electrical power from nuclear plants in the coming decades. january 18, 2017 afghan beekeepers demonstrate the power of co-ops to transform lives by cat johnson, shareable we recently came across an inspiring video report by agence france-presse about a honey cooperative run by women in afghanistan. it offers a glimpse into the life of an afghan mother of seven who runs a beekeeping enterprise. she is just one of an estimated 200 women in the bamiyan province working in honey production jobs. january 17, 2017 load moreeditor’s picks the growthist self: growthism part 3 by erik lindberg, resilience.org it is according to the same sort of cultural changes and thus the change in the social roles of our heroes that we might notice the way we, in american, have replaced the explorer, frontiersman, aviator and astronaut with a new hero—one with a decidedly commercial bent. january 17, 2017 2016: the year magic broke into politics by ann tagonist, dark mountain project so let’s get down to business: is the rise of donald trump a millenarian movement? if so, what the hell does that mean? january 13, 2017 think resilience think resilience: introduction by richard heinberg, post cabon institute december 13, 2016 featured resources solidarity economics by stirtoaction staff, stir to action we're excited to announce we've just launched a special podcast in partnership with and produced by the team at upsteam! this hour-long podcast documentary explores the solidarity economy in new york city, amsterdam, london and other places where co-operatives and the commons are creating change in the place of market failure and lack of poor public provision. january 18, 2017 what’s next? parecon, or participatory economics by michael albert, the next system project this paper by michael albert, published alongside three others, is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative published at the next system project. january 16, 2017 more articleseconomyenergyenvironmentfood & watersociety an update on mineral depletion: do we need mining quotas? by theo henckens, cassandra's legacy to ensure that sufficient zinc, molybdenum and antimony are available for our greatgrandchildren’s generation, we need an international mineral resources agreement. january 17, 2017 shaun chamberlin: surviving the aftermath of the market economy by chris martenson, shaun chamberlin, peak prosperity and these are troubled times. it’s getting harder and harder for everyday folks to pretend otherwise as carrying the weight of the self-delusions begins to exceed the cost of waking up and squaring oneself with reality. january 16, 2017 neoliberals know the price of everything and the value of nothing by kurt cobb, resource insights my father likes to say that some people know the price of everything and the value of nothing. the same could be said of the neoliberals of the world, who--in case you missed my previous piece--are now transcendent in most policy circles across the world. january 15, 2017 de-[constructing] growth: decoupling profits from unsustainable production* by nicholas a. ashford, degrowth.de while not offering a critique of the degrowth discourse, i throw some light on the debate by offering a deeper and more useful conceptualization that avoids the negative connotations of, and resistance to, “degrowth” january 13, 2017 2017: the year when the world economy starts coming apart by gail tverberg, our finite world some people would argue that 2016 was the year that the world economy started to come apart, with the passage of brexit and the election of donald trump. whether or not the “coming apart” process started in 2016, in my opinion we are going to see many more steps in this direction in 2017. let me explain a few of the things i see. january 13, 2017 just enough is plenty: review by bruce meder, rainbow juice samuel alexander has written an excellent introduction to thoreau’s works. just enough is plenty: thoreau’s alternative economics not only summarises thoreau’s ideas, it is also a pithy statement of alexander’s work itself... january 13, 2017 load more follow us facebook twitter youtube × featured author john foran john foran is professor of sociology and environmental studies at the university of california, santa barbara. he is a co-founder of the climate justice project [www.climatejusticeproject.org] and of the international institute of climate action and theory [www.iicat.org]. he is the... 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 feed ×close filter by audio video all content search


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