Category: Resources

George Monbiot: The gift we should give to the living world? Time, and lots of it

Planting 10 saplings does not replace a twisted old oak. ‘Slow ecology’ is the only way to preserve and restore ancient habitats

Talli Nauman: Yaqui pipeline fighters need immediate relief

Throughout Indian country, communities are fending off weaponized and illegal incursion

Erik Molvar: Why Regenerative Farming Works and Regenerative Ranching Fails

The reality is that the only way to improve land health, soil regeneration, and even livestock weight gain is to significantly reduce the overall intensity of livestock grazing on the land

George Monbiot: Britain’s rivers are suffocating to death

Water that should be crystal clear has become a green-brown slop of microscopic algae because of industrial farm waste

Jessica Corbett: Minneapolis City Council Joins Opposition to Pipeline

The resolution, which notes that Minneapolis declared a climate emergency in December 2019, clearly states the city’s opposition to Line 3 and “calls on every elected leader with the authority to stop its construction to do so immediately.”

Michael T. Klare: Lithium, Cobalt, and Rare Earths

The Post-Petroleum Resource Race and What to Make of It

Tara Lohan: California Identifies 600 Communities at Risk of Water-System Failures

A new report puts into focus for the first time the scope of the state’s drinking-water problems and what it will take to fix them

Lisa Schulte Moore: Climate-friendly farming strategies

These techniques will improve the land and generate income for farmers

Mark Bittman: The True Costs of Our Cheap Food and the American Diet

Growing food, or growing crops in order to sell them and make money became more important than growing crops to feed people

Jim Hightower: Don’t Let Wall Street Get Rich Off of Our Water

Let’s begin to force a public discussion about this crucial question of environmental and existential ethics

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