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By New Clear Vision | Humanity for Habitats

The Blue River Declaration

<b>An Ethic of the Earth</b><p><b>by The Blue River Quorum</b><p>A truly adaptive civilization will align its ethics with the ways of the Earth. A civilization that …

Ecology

Only Connect!

Urgent Questions for Our Time by Jennifer Browdy Social ecologist Nora Bateson published an urgent blog post recently, a list of the questions she …

Crashing

Pump Fiction

<b>We’re Not Going to Drill, Dig, or Frack Our Way Out of This Mess…</b><p><b>by Randall Amster</b><p>We have entered a critical era for the future of humanity on this …

Falkland Islands

Water, Water Everywhere...

<b>Sustaining Scarce Resources in the Desert</b><p><b>by Randall Amster</b><p>Life in the desert southwest is richly complex and oftentimes a great challenge. A hint of …

Middle-class

‘I Want to Be a Farmer’

<b>Food Justice, Out of the Mouths of Babes</b><p><b>by Randall Amster</b><p><i>“Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength because of thine</i> …

Yahoo

Course Correction

<b>Averting the ‘Total Ruin’ of Institutionalized Injustice</b><p><b>by Randall Amster</b><p>As a parent, I tend to keep one eye on the present and another on the …

John Locke

Planetary Emergency

<b>‘We Need to Invent a New Way of Life’</b><p><b>by Kent Shifferd</b><p>We humans are facing a perfect storm of crises of our own making that could bring a sudden and …

Ecology

Indigenuity

<b>Sustainability and Community Autonomy in Urban Gardens</b><p><b>by Pancho McFarland</b><p>In the September 2012 issue of <i>Z Magazine</i>, Robert Hunziker reports that a …

Ecology

The Impossible Community

<b>An Interview with John Clark on Communitarian Anarchism</b><p><b>by Alyce Santoro</b><p>To social ecologists, environmental issues are, at their core, socio-economic …

New Orleans

Dead or Alive?

When many of us in the EJ grassroots organizations approached the big funders for a new round of grants after 2004-05 we were soundly rejected with …

Climate

Subversive Ecology

<b>Can It Be an Antidote to Our Toxic Age?</b><p><b>by Evaggelos Vallianatos</b><p>One of the discoveries I made during my 25-year tenure at the U.S. Environmental …

Ecology

Bija Swaraj

<b>Seed-Saving as Self-Determination and Resistance</b><p><b>by Pancho McFarland</b><p>Gardeners at the Roseland Community Peace Garden have committed to the principles …

Agriculture

Local Green Activism

<b>Save the Planet, Starting on Your Own Block</b><p><b>by Jay Walljasper</b><p>After 40 years of what felt like progress in protecting our environment, the ecological …

Climate

Saving Seeds

<b>Free-Market Fundamentalism versus Food Democracy</b><p><b>by Devon G. Peña</b><p>People frequently ask me why I save seeds. I reply, “Because I want my corn to dance.”<p>…

Agriculture

Inner Eye

<b>A Message from the Wounded Heart of the Earth</b><p><b>by Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez</b><p>While in the foreground Washington politics continued as usual, a …

Osprey

Succession

<b>Toward Harmonious and Stable Co-Existence</b><p><b>by V.I. Postnikov</b><p>Loitering the central streets of my native town, Kiev, where I had lived for 63 years, I …

Ecology

Water World

<b>Are We Approaching a Global ‘Cadillac Desert’?</b><p><b>by Evaggelos Vallianatos</b><p>Water for the Greeks was the immortal natural world. The supreme Greek god, …

JP Morgan Chase

We Are All Noah Now

<b>Wake Up and Smell the Extinction…</b><p><b>by Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez</b><p>We are all Noah now.<p>These words have been sounding in my head like a mantra these …

Citizen Journalism

The Carbon Crisis

<b>Can We Fix Humanity’s ‘Biggest Mistake’ in Time?</b><p><b>by Kent Shifferd</b><p>The great release of carbon-based energy began in the second half of the eighteenth …

Sustainability

Walk Softly

<b>Toward a Profound Reverence for Planetary Balance…</b><p><b>by Robert C. Koehler</b><p>“When you go to dig your fields, or make a pot from clay, you are disturbing …

Environment

Circulate and Grow

<b>From the War on Poverty to the Revolution in the Garden</b><p><b>by Pancho McFarland</b><p>I teach a “Class and Stratification” course for the Sociology Program at …

Poverty

Paying It Forward

<b>Thoughts on ‘Authentic Carbon Trading’</b><p><b>by Missy Beattie</b><p>Recently, I read an article about the aging population, specifically, those who have …

Alzheimer's Disease

Losing Another Decade

<b>Can We Turn the Tide While There’s Still Time?</b><p><b>by Robert C. Koehler</b><p>“We cannot afford to lose another decade.”<p>My God. There’s more darkness in this …

Climate

Rewriting the Human Story

<b>Oh sacred planet…</b><b>by Robert C. Koehler</b>The terror of climate crisis is a long time in the making. As I read about the mass mobilization forming around …

Yosemite National Park