Monthly Archives: October 2012

DOING FALL CHORES: ANOTHER WAKEUP CALL ABOUT WATER

Spring and fall are especially busy times for us. Spring chores are expansive, as we join into the greening of the land; fall chores require us to help put the land to sleep. But there are other cycles at play, … Continue reading

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IS THE GENERATIONAL FAULT-LINE TAKING US AWAY FROM SUSTAINABILITY? Part 4 in a series

A generational fault-line is growing across the Globe. Something fundamental, with the makings of a historical shift, is in the works. We see signs of generational revolt among unemployed youth in Europe, in the Arab Spring and in the Occupy … Continue reading

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ECONOMIC GROWTH AND OUR COLLECTIVE DEMISE – part 3 of a series

Stephen Harper wants to transform Canada into an “energy superpower”. Most Conservative policy seems to follow from this huge gamble with our future. On the surface this “vision” seems feasible; once examined it turns into a nightmare. Oil is already … Continue reading

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