Yes, it’s true – my state. Not because we have oil and gas. We don’t. We don’t have fossil fuels at all. Everything we burn is imported from somewhere else. We burn coal, we burn natural gas, we burn oil – but we have none of those things. But we do have something desperately needed […]
Posts Tagged ‘frac sand mining’
Pausing to ponder the many cultural, ecological, political trends coming together to define this moment of crisis and the reasons why we seem so uniquely unable to address them. We are inviting you to share your thoughts with us.
We are reaching a point of critical tension where something has to give. The world is facing challenges as vast as any faced before in our history. The reality of change and the resistance to change is now fraught with tension and threat. The burgeoning grassroots movements rising up in defense of “place,” of home, of eco-communities, of the Earth, is the human’s ecological response to crisis. It is also the place where hope is burgeoning, creating along the way the kind of work that can remake the world.
Project updates: recent presentations, pipelines, oil tanker trains, frac sand mining, and more.