Posts Tagged ‘alberta tar sands’

Ecological hope is really about love – and so this post is about love

Posted May 31st, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Ecological hope is really about love – and so this post is about love

Embodying ecological hope, working for ecological justice, is first and foremost a commitment of love. It is deeply personal and relational. This essay is about love, and about how we intend to express that love through this year and beyond.

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400 ppm – what do we do now?

Posted May 13th, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on 400 ppm – what do we do now?

There is no way around it. It is very bad news. But, despite that news, there is still so much that we can do – learning new ways of life, and ramping up our work to save the environment in which we live and move and have our being. These will be the essential ingredients of what it means to be human for the next generations.

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Upper Midwest and Great Lakes region threatened by fossil fuel extraction industries (other places, too)

Posted May 6th, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Upper Midwest and Great Lakes region threatened by fossil fuel extraction industries (other places, too)

Fossil fuel extraction is taking on vast proportions, threatening the habitats and ecological well-being of human communities throughout the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes regions. The scale is enormous, as is the challenge to stop it.

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What kind of world do we want? Wisconsin as metaphor

Posted March 8th, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on What kind of world do we want? Wisconsin as metaphor

Our world is being mined, torn up, sliced to pieces, dug up, contaminated in order to fuel industrial society. We are going to have to decide what kind of world we want to live in, and how much we are willing to change our lives so that we can live in it. Wisconsin is a glaring metaphor for the choices we face.

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