By Duane Elgin — 2008
The first step in building a promising future for humanity is to visualize it together.
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“When we are interconnected, when one of us heals, we all heal.”
Shelly Tygielski explores how consistently showing up for yourself first lays the foundation for our life’s purpose—showing up for others—and how to create your own self-care practice.
Today’s climate activists are driven by environmental worries that are increasingly more urgent, and which feel more personal.
Knowing how environmental issues affect different groups of marginalized people in unique and often overlapping ways can help us build a more sustainable and equitable world.
Some of the stories we live are archetypal, and thus could provide us with a greater sense of meaning, mattering, and purpose if we were aware of them.
Satish Kumar has spent much of his life walking the Earth to spiritually connect with nature; now he wants environmentalists and all of us to forget gloomy predictions and follow in his footsteps. John Vidal reports
Yes, we must radically transform policing in America. But we cannot stop there. We must transform the pervasive systems of economic and carceral injustice that are choking our common life.
In this interview, Buddhist eco-philosopher and author Joanna Macy discusses her life and work. From her anti-nuclear activism in the late 60’s to her work with deep ecology, Joanna expresses the need to live within an ethic of care for the earth.
There is so much change occurring politically and economically, and in the environment it is important that we hold a good and positive vision for the planet.
Some people harbor the illusion that rest is a luxury they do not have time for, but the reality is that rest is a necessity.