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Safe haven: the power of ‘social cohesion’

Posted on December 5, 2021
Safe haven: the power of 'social cohesion'

Richard Heinberg, a recognized authority on energy, has just published a new book called Power, which he defines as, well, energy. He... Continue

This is not a conspiracy theory

Posted on November 8, 2021

It turns out that the path toward the UN Food Summit was littered with clues that a “corporate capture” of the United Nations was... Continue

Has the United Nations been seized by The Corporation?

Posted on October 17, 2021

By Stephanie Hiller The United Nations Food System Summit (UNFSS) that wrapped up its flashy tents at the end of September was a masquerade,... Continue

On the anniversary of a historic Big Lie

Posted on August 9, 2021
On the anniversary of a historic Big Lie

The biggest secret ever revealed was when the U.S. began the two billion dollar, two-year Manhattan Project to build the atomic bomb. And... Continue

Clash of paradigms II:  The way out

Posted on August 1, 2021
Clash of paradigms II:  The way out

Conferences are something of a show, a stage for grandstanding of one sort or another, and putting on a good face. The real work takes... Continue

Clash of paradigms: the threat to our food supply

Posted on July 15, 2021
Clash of paradigms: the threat to our food supply

Since the pandemic we’ve been hearing more about “systems change,” a concept that has been floated ever since the advent of... Continue

Supes vote to table the spaghetti

Posted on May 21, 2021

It’s a Very Wicked problem. Have we said that here already? It’s worth repeating. According to the scholars from the Environmental... Continue

Uh, what just happened?

Posted on May 2, 2021
Uh, what just happened?

After a year in and out of quarantine, we have emerged, like a latter-day Rip Van Winkle, into the light of day, scratching our heads... Continue

The climate emergency comes home

Posted on April 22, 2021
The climate emergency comes home

Sonoma County held a virtual Town Hall on Climate April 6, picking up where we left off, said our District 1 Supervisor, Susan Gorin,... Continue

Can the rich do anything right?

Posted on March 23, 2021

History shows that epidemics have been the great resetter of countries’ economies and social fabric. Why should it be different with... Continue


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