A roundup of the news, views and ideas from the main stream press and the blogosphere.
Is there any path toward a more democratic, equal and ecologically sustainable society? What can one person do?
It’s remarkable how much information this slim paperback carries. It doesn’t try to teach all the basics of gardening and landscaping, but instead focuses on several projects...
A mid-week update. After trading quietly on Monday and Tuesday at around $81 in New York and $86 in London, crude prices closed higher on Wednesday after traders noted that the increase in US crude inventories last week was slowing down in comparison to the previous three weeks.
As an environmental journalist I meet a lot of environmental organizers – it’s par for the course. But Rosanna is not like any I’ve come across before.
Fundamentally, we have to “hospice what’s left of the system we’re leaving behind, while planting the seeds for the future we’re building.”
Economic predictions about the fracking industry's potential growth have for the most part gone unquestioned — until now.
The political transformations that have occupied the last four posts in this sequence can also be traced in detail in the economic sphere.
While there are many definitions of resilience, it can generally be defined as the capacity for a system to survive, adapt, and flourish in the face of turbulent change and uncertainty.
When Adam Aronovitz and Alissa Bilfield set out to travel the world and serve others, they could not find a volunteer opportunity that fit their need.
The Cowboy-Indian Alliance made waves in April when participants led a five-day "Reject and Protect" campaign in Washington, D.C., against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Post Carbon Institute has published a report calling into question the production statistics touted by promoters of hydraulic fracturing or fracking.
If we want to envision an anti-austerity movement that can genuinely empower people, we will have to create one that moves beyond austerity altogether.
Beyond capitalism lies the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible. Beyond capitalism lies the Not-for-Profit World.
Intermittency has long been considered the Achilles heel of renewable power generation.
On Oct. 1, David G. Victor and Charles F. Kennel wrote an opinion piece that appeared in the journal Nature, Ditch the 2 C warming goal.
Food sovereignty as a concept is under debate by various actors in the academia, activists and governments.
Many authorities have said it: banks do not lend their deposits. They create the money they lend on their books.
Climate activists, she believes, need to take a similarly clear moral stance. And as she writes, ‘the climate movement has yet to find its full moral voice on the world stage, but it is most certainly clearing its throat’.