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Intelligent and Idealistic, Winona LaDuke Turns to Hemp Farming, Solar Power to Jump-Start the 'Next Economy'

By Dave Hage — 2020

“I could spend all my time fighting,” she says. “But, you know, we need to eat. If someone doesn’t grow and make good foods, the rest doesn’t matter.” - Winona LaDuke

Read on www.startribune.com

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Prosocial World

Thinking more explicitly about cultural catalysis can help to accomplish in years what otherwise would require decades or not take place at all. As we experiment with cultural catalysis, we need to make it fast and benign rather than fast and pathological for the common good.

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Technology and the Age of Broken Tablets

We need to think about the values we treasure, the world we create and the tablets we are writing. The Torah must be both adopted and adapted in this new world. We stand again at Sinai, and the revelation, dark or bright, is in our hands.

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What Will You Say to Your Grandchildren?

Facing oncoming climate disaster, some argue for “Deep Adaptation”—that we must prepare for inevitable collapse. However, this orientation is dangerously flawed. It threatens to become a self-fulfilling prophecy by diluting the efforts toward positive change.

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Why My 8,000 Mile Walk to Meet Martin Luther King Was Worth It

Satish Kumar walked 8,000 miles to spread the message of peace around the world. Here he gives his recipe for a better world.

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Indigenous Leader: Our Future Lies in Seeds

Starting a garden is simple with a pack of seeds, but it’s important to consider where the seeds came from. Heirloom seeds, for example, can be regrown and passed on from one generation to the next, and they have a history that can be traced back before the 20th century.

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Personal to Planetary Transformation

We are living in a time of whole system transition on a personal and planetary scale that affects every aspect of life as we know it.

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Why Did Human History Unfold Differently on Different Continents for the Last 13,000 Years?

The biggest question that Jared Diamond is asking himself is how to turn the study of history into a science.

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Celebrating Food Economies

The Slow Food movement organised a magical gathering of food communities—Terra Madre—which took place in Turin, Italy

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How Wealth Creates Poverty

This equating of money with wealth and wealth with wellbeing is misplaced on multiple counts. Money does not reflect nature’s wealth or people’s wealth, and it definitely fails to measure the wellbeing of society.

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Food Is Everything

Hunger created by human greed is an expression of a violent and unjust world, a world out of balance. Fasting is a conscious choice to connect with the body, the Earth and the cosmos.

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Global Food Supply