The good life doesn't have to cost the planet.
We are Farmers Not Gardeners
by Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguezposted Jul 06, 2006
- South Central Los Angeles farmers evicted after years of harvests from a community farm maintain their protest weeks after its last occupants have been removed by sheriff deputies.
Cuba’s Hurricane Resilience - Solidarity and Readiness
by Lilja Ottoposted May 10, 2006
- The combination of education, planning, and practice in Cuba builds a culture of safety and puts both the logistics and motivation in place to enable people to cope with storms that cause devastation and panic elsewhere.
New Orleans to Ottawa: After the Storm, the Brainstorming Begins
by Francesca Lymanposted May 10, 2006
- Creative and effective responses to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita came not from where most had expected—the U.S. government—but from the grassroots.
New York City: All Together Now Keeps Urban Residents Ready for Anything
by Courtney Thompsonposted May 10, 2006
- According to the New York City project All Together Now, the program set out to create disaster--resilient communities in New York City’s five boroughs by having participants meet regularly with neighbors to go over these precautionary methods and, along the way, get to know each other and each other’s needs—so that if and when disaster strikes, neighbors can rely on neighbors.
Spirituality and Movement Building
by Grace Lee Boggsposted Apr 28, 2006
- Grace Lee Boggs believes it is that time in history again when we need to recognize our own sacredness and that in others.
Book Review: Every Day is a Good Day by Wilma Mankiller
by Lilja Ottoposted Apr 18, 2006
- Provides insights into the lives and ideas of indigenous women and invites readers to re-examine their own cultural and spiritual backgrounds.
Reader Response: 50 Ways to Survive and Thrive
posted Mar 31, 2006
- Ideas for living better in the future, practical suggestions from our readers.
Acupuncturists help ease post-Katrina stress
by Richard Muhammadposted Feb 28, 2006
- Acupuncturists Without Border help relieve the pain of those left in post-Katrina New Orleans and those who have come to help.
Nothing Stops Mardi Gras
by Jordan Flahertyposted Feb 24, 2006
- Just six months after Hurricane Katrina, the annual Mardi Gras reigns supreme while many displaced residents still have nothing to celebrate
Bhutan's Secret for Happiness
by Pamela Changposted Feb 19, 2006
- Gross National Happiness is the country's priority.
Cohousing Comes of Age
by Neshama Abraham Paissposted Feb 19, 2006
- Trends from the growing cohousing movement: commitment to environmental stewardship, continued social/political action, and growth of elder cohousing.
The Good Life: Consumerism is so '90s
by Holly Dresselposted Feb 19, 2006
- In growing numbers, Americans are rediscovering that the real meaning of the good life doesn't come from things they can buy but from things they can feel.
Art: For the Common Delight
by Dee Axelrodposted Feb 19, 2006
- Art today gives voice to the silenced, illuminates complex political issues, and brings joy to the public square.
'Veggie Bus' Delivers Sisterly Love and Goodwill
by Barbara Sehrposted Jan 11, 2006
- Residents of Port Townsend reach across the miles to help Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, another waterfront artist colony battered by Hurricane Katrina.
Imperial Politics, Christianity and the True Jesus: Reflections on the 2004 Election
by David C. Kortenposted Dec 13, 2005
- The challenge before us is to displace the politics of Empire with the politics of Earth Community based on inclusion, possibility, and partnership — an authentic values-based, problem-solving politics of mature adulthood consistent with the moral teachings of Jesus.