Posts Tagged ‘el nino’

Transition People in a Transition Time

Posted December 31st, 2015 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

In this transition time, humans must learn how to live on and within this planet. We must become a Transition People, and we must do that quickly. “Let us learn again what it means to be human within the whole of creation.” An end-of-the-year reflection.

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When huge events keep coming at us…

Posted November 30th, 2015 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on When huge events keep coming at us…

In times of momentous change, this reflection to help us not lose heart.

“In the same way that we got into this mess incrementally, each of us playing our part (however unwillingly or in ignorance), we can start right where we are to shift the whole by working incrementally to change our role within that whole. “

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Enjoying the heat? Good practice for the future

Posted July 19th, 2010 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Enjoying the heat? Good practice for the future

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: NOAA has reported that, globally, the first 6 months of this year were the hottest Jan.-June period ever recorded. Arizonans are dealing with a deadly combination of high temps and high humidity (triple digit temps, dew points around 60), the mid-Atlantic is sweltering, many areas are dry as […]

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El Niño and global warming: a tumultuous relationship

Posted February 9th, 2010 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Bill and Margaret Swedish: How do you like El Niño so far?  Wild isn’t it, the volumes of water falling over this country, some of it in monumental snowstorms.  El Niño comes and goes, and is part of what creates weather across the planet. But as the atmosphere and oceans […]

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