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Minda the Mammal – “What would it be like to be a little mammal during dinosaur times?”

Listen here: http://jenniferjoyonline.com/podcasts What would it be like to be a little mammal during dinosaur times? In this 21 minute podcast entitled “Minda the Mammal” Jennifer Joy, who writes and produces  science-based podcasts, answers this question as she takes us … Continue reading

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A Map of Emerging Ecozoic Awareness in the United States? The geography of American climate confusion: a visual guide

Editor’s Note: What I see in these five maps in the linked article is nascent consciousness about where we need to be going. I thought Map 5 (strong red color, second one below) was most provocative in that it shows … Continue reading

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Bioneers Partners with Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund on Rights of Nature in Indigenous Communities

By Bioneers Admin – Bioneers.org – February 16, 2017 In the shadow of the illegitimate approval of the Dakota Access Pipeline and the escalating corporate assault against Indigenous lands and rights, Bioneers is honored to announce our landmark collaboration with … Continue reading

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New Zealand river granted same legal rights as human being

by Eleanor Ainge Roy – The Guardian.com – 16 March 2017 After 140 years of negotiation, M?ori tribe wins recognition for Whanganui river, meaning it must be treated as a living entity In a world-first a New Zealand river has … Continue reading

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Historic Gift Helps Chile Protect Switzerland-size Land Area

By Elizabeth Royte – National Geographic.com – March 15, 2017 Former CEO of Patagonia pledges to hand over private parks In a ceremony on the edge of South America’s famed Pumalín Park, Chilean president Michelle Bachelet and the American philanthropist … Continue reading

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Is Ryan a Religious Hypocrite? A Priestly Letter to Speaker of the US House of Representatives Paul Ryan from Rev. Dr. Matthew Fox

by Matthew Fox – Tikkun.com – March 13, 2017 Dear Speaker and Congressman Paul Ryan, As a priest who commemorates his 50th year in the priesthood this year (28 as a Roman Catholic and 22 as an Episcopalian), and as … Continue reading

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Ecological Art by Barbara Clark

Barbara uses collage and old Sierra Club desk calendars to express her love for Earth – and rage at it’s destruction. I find these nuanced and provocative soul responses to our time. Click on each one to see it up-close.

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Why I’m Not Devastated

Michael Dowd of TheGreatStory.org recommended this essay to me recently. I share it with you. By Erik Lindberg – Resilience.org – originally published by Transistion Milwaukee – November 10, 2016 Actually I am a bit devastated, but not nearly as … Continue reading

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The Writing of “Silent Spring”: Rachel Carson and the Culture-Shifting Courage to Speak Inconvenient Truth to Power

By Maria Popova – Brain Pickings.org “It is, in the deepest sense, a privilege as well as a duty to have the opportunity to speak out — to many thousands of people — on something so important.” “Life and Reality … Continue reading

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A Movement Moment

by Kenny Ausubel – Medium.com – February 15, 2017 …Reality is bearing down from every direction. As Paul Hawken once observed at the Bioneers conference, it’s hard to resist and create at the same time, and that’s exactly what we … Continue reading

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