Buddhist economist Clair Brown shares inspiration — and facts — for the way forward after the US drops out of the Paris Climate Accord.
Jane Hirshfield. Photo by Adam Phillips. (Public domain.) The Washington Post today published “On the Fifth Day,” a new “poem about the presidency” authored by Jane Hirshfield. “On the Fifth Day,” according to the Washington Post, will be read by Hirshfield from the stage at the March for Science on April 22. Hirshfield, who has […]
“I ask everyone who believes that clean air and drinking water is the right of every living being to join me in the march.”
David Loy on the dire need to rethink our perceived antagonism between Ecology and the Economy.
They have five pairs of tiny beating hearts. But what really makes earthworms precious, says Lin Jensen, is simply that they exist.
Many people look at the aging population as a problem, but Theodore Roszak thinks it could result in a wiser and more caring society.