Posts Tagged ‘carbon sinks’

Flint and other signs of the great unraveling

Posted February 17th, 2016 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Flint and other signs of the great unraveling

The Flint water crisis is one dramatic sign of “the great unraveling” underway in this society. So is the fractured, incoherent political culture in which intolerance, rage, and scapegoating are currently out of control. But the underlying cause of it all lies in a corporate profit-driven economic system that is leaving people behind, tearing up ecosystems, and driving our living communities to the brink of disaster. That is the driver of the crisis, and the one that needs to be overturned if we are to pull ourselves back from that brink.

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When climate science denial becomes a moral issue

Posted August 27th, 2010 in Blog, Featured 3 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: When does that happen? when does climate science denial become weighted with moral culpability? How about, right now? Because it is one thing to deny science when science tells us that the earth revolves around the sun, or that the sun and earth are not the center of […]

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