Thick fog envelopes my part of the world today. It settled in last night while the northern part of my state gets buried in snow. And while I love the snow, this fog feels sort of apt for the moment – for the culture, for the state of our world, for this project, for this crucial work of awakening the human community to the ecological crisis into which we are rapidly falling… What we try to do here is clear away some of that fog… And to do that, we need your support.
Friends, raising money for a project like this is not easy. Besides this website, what else do we do? Well, a lot, and to learn more about this program, please visit our DONATE page. And then, if you are inspired by what you read there, please consider making a donation so that we can do more, be more effective, have greater impact in the work of ecological hope and healing. And for whatever you can contribute now, I thank you!
What would it mean to create the world anew? Right now, our challenge is no less than this. Spirituality and Ecological Hope invites you to join us in the journey into that question. We don’t have the answers, what we have is a deep commitment to explore this moment of ecological crisis with passion, honesty, the urgency it requires, and an ethic rooted in compassion and solidarity with all living beings. We invite you to accompany us as we seek together our way through the crisis, or as the book says, through and beyond ‘the end of the world.’
October 31, 2011 radio interview with Ken Rose on his program, “What Now.” To listen, click here, then scroll down the right column to 10-31-11 where you will find the listing for Margaret Swedish
Why should the Laws of Thermodynamics matter to you!?!?!
Well, because they instruct us about ecological limits and what it means to go beyond them. To learn more, visit our online Zine for essays by Prof. Michael Swedish, Ph.D., an energy and thermodynamics expert at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Yes, he’s my brother, and he keeps me honest on energy issues. Nothing like having an expert in the family. Don’t miss these essays!!
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