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Spiritual (r)evolution

I share the view that societies are running towards an abyss of humanity by blindly accelerate exploitation and destruction of human and natural resources and hindering healing processes required to unify humanity for the realization of economic and social equality, economic sustainability, and peace. 336 more words

Happy Colorful Growth

The final episode in the 20-year saga of San Francisco's "Natural Areas Program"

On December 15, 2016, the San Francisco Planning commission will hold a public hearing to consider certification of the Environmental Impact Report for the Natural Areas Program. 931 more words

Ecology

Dried Fruit

When the fresh fruit runs out it’s a good thing the pantry is stocked with dried.

An American Robin picking over a patch of dried berries on a December afternoon. Denver, CO.

Conservation vs Restoration: The key differences

When we talk about remediation of impacts of human activities, it will always have two aspects: recovering what is lost and preventing what is left from permanent loss. 683 more words

Blog

By What Standards? – “Efficiency” and the Market Economy

Capitalism, and market economies in general, but especially capitalism, are guilty of terrible crimes against humanity. They are guilty of poverty and of war, of inequality and competition, nationalism and hatred, of subjugation, oppression, domination, and thought-control. 1,249 more words

Capitalism

Urban resilience: the urban change contradiction

 Over the past few weeks, there have been lots of occasions for thinking about urban resilience. In the UK, heavy rains followed by a cold snap meant the disruption of travel, railways, and many domestic technologies such as boilers water pipes etc. 660 more words

Europe

The Holiness of Trees — Symbolreader

“Trees in particular were mysterious and seemed to me direct embodiments of the incomprehensible meaning of life. For that reason the woods were the place where I felt closest to its deepest meaning and to its awe-inspiring workings.” C.G.

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Social Responsibility