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Maximize Life, Not Production

“Our idea is that you absolutely need to be part of the natural cycles around you. This is very much the opposite of what agricultural systems are today, which try to kill everything except the plant that you want to grow.” A-dae Romero-Briones Continue reading

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Imagining The End Of Capitalism

Capitalism by definition is unsustainable, since it is based on constant change, growth, and progress, always seeking more in a finite world. If there truly were no alternative to it, we must all die, and soon. Fortunately, there are many alternatives both historic and modern. Continue reading

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Eat Right for Your Body and Planet

Changing social norms of eating could make the world healthier and happier. If we change our attitude toward food, we will be better able to fight for the animals and plants that feed us. What can we learn from indigenous people that can help us eat well in 2021? Continue reading

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Science Is A 4-Year Old Playing With The World

Capitalism’s need for growth and profit may be the force driving the world over a cliff, but science designed the train, and technology built it. Continue reading

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