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How I Stopped Being a Panicky Perfectionist and Embraced the Freedom of an Eco-mind
Posted on: May 7, 2012, Source: AlterNet
With an eco-mind, aware that change is continuous and the shape of reality co-created, "knowing" is not an end-point but an endless process.
Cheerleading for Monsanto? The Shocking Lack of Difference Between Oxford University Press and Fox News
Posted on: Apr 9, 2012, Source: AlterNet
Why is an esteemed academic press publishing books that lack even a basic citation of sources?
Don't Think of a Pig: Why "Corporate Greed" Is the Wrong Frame For Occupy Wall Street Protests
Posted on: Oct 14, 2011, Source: AlterNet
Is greed really the problem? We don't think so. Let's call the crisis what it is: the rise of privately held government.
Vision: New TV Show, 'Immense Possibilities,' Capitalizes on Hope Instead of Our Culture of Fear
Posted on: May 24, 2011, Source: AlterNet
The first episode features Frances Moore Lappé, saying, "Hope isn't what we seek in evidence, it's what we become in action."
Global Food Problems Are About Justice Not Scarcity
Posted on: Jul 2, 2010, Source: YES! Magazine
We need to rescue our food system from corporate control.
The Key to Happiness That No One -- Not Even the Happiness Gurus -- Are Discussing
Posted on: Jan 30, 2009, Source: YES! Magazine
Having our basic physical needs met isn't enough. Though they're important, neither are family and friends.
Why McCain and the GOP Are So Afraid of Discussing the Economy
Posted on: Sep 5, 2008, Source: Huffington Post
Whether rich, poor or somewhere in between, Americans always do better economically under Democrats.
NPR Gets It Wrong on the Food Crisis
Posted on: Aug 18, 2008, Source: Huffington Post
Morning Edition's recent series on the food crisis reinforces dangerous myths that actually block us from seeing the real solutions to hunger.
Buying Local Doesn't Hurt the Developing World
Posted on: Nov 21, 2006, Source: YES! Magazine
Critics of "go local" movements warn that buying local deprives people in developing countries of jobs that could lift them out of poverty. But the global economy isn't that simple.
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