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Martin Boksenbaum: ‘MC Bias in Von Kiel reporting’

Here’s the email I sent to letters@mcall.com today 7/27/14 re: “Character-assassinating bias”: Martin Boksenbaum writing to The Morning Call editor re: “Character-assassinating bias“: Can’t The Morning Call avoid the character-assassinating bias evident in the 7/23/14 article by Peter Hall re: … more

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One Way to Make Musikfest More Sustainable!

Musikfest provides a wide variety of music—and many of the concerts are free. It also generates thousands of vehicle trips. But, as this photo of the Pedalplatz on Banana Island indicates, you can help reduce the impact by bicycling to Musikfest! … more

Posted in Arts & Culture, Bicycling, Transportation,

Too Big to Fail? (banks)

Too little and too late to succeed? (climate action) Too big to fail and also too big to succeed wholistically. In the seventies they used to talk about rising to one’s level of incompetence, when referring to career trajectories. Today … more

Posted in Climate, Community – Government & Rights, Corporate Personhood,

Finding Our Way

Finding Our Way (to the sublime and other good  places) Hello! Hope you’re all well, and ready to plunge into a conversation that matters because our society, civilization and global ecology are in such deep trouble, I ask your help … more

Posted in Advocacy & Activism, Systemic Approaches, Transitions,

Communities Claim Their Rights

Many communities have found that that state laws bar municipalities from taking actions stronger than whatever standards may be set by the state—even when those standards are nowhere near adequate to protect public health.  Communities in PA & other states are taking action … more

Posted in Community – Government & Rights, Community Rights, Corporate Personhood, Environmental Health, Land Use, Stewardship,

A Vision for Positive Futures

By Joris Rosse — Envision us woven into the intricately balanced Web of Life and feeling compelled to organize intensely and to act appropriately on what allows people and Nature to reach their highest attainable vitality. We envision a future … more

Posted in Climate, Community – Empowerment, Community – Government & Rights, Economy, Business, & Money, Environment & Ecosystems,