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The US Would Be Better Off with Fewer Billionaires

Chuck Collins

When folks say that billionaires shouldn’t exist, it’s nothing personal. Some billionaires are nice enough. Some spend generously on philanthropy. That all sounds great. But we don’t need more do-gooder billionaires that give to charity — we need fewer...

Why I spent Christmas on the Moon

Rob Hopkins

I spent most of this festive break on the Moon. I wandered amongst its vast craters, scaled its gently curving hills to get better views, sat on top of Moon boulders, left my footprints upon its fine grey dust....

Juxtapositions

Rob Dietz

The holidays can offer up some experiences that can be both amusing and bemusing. As your heart warms while connecting with family members you haven’t seen in a while, your Uncle Voldemort keeps starting most of his conversations with...

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The Human Predicament

Nate Hagens

We face a “perfect storm” of interacting global stressors. Is resilience a possible response? This is Nate Hagens' keynote address discussing the issues from The Resilience Gathering 2019.

The Future is Rural on Go Green Radio

Jason Bradford

Dr. Jason Bradford, a farmer, biologist and board president of Post Carbon Institute, released a report earlier this spring called, The Future Is Rural: Food System Adaptations to the Great Simplification. In the report Dr. Bradford acknowledges that our...