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Eco Heroes By Suzanne Husky
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Eat Bay (Area) environmental activist that invent sustainable systems in their back yards. Pedal wash machines, living roofs, lead absorbing mushrooms...That project glorified private backyard... More > political activism< Less
Eco Heroes By Suzanne Husky
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Eat Bay (Area) environmental activist that invent sustainable systems in their back yards. Pedal wash machines, living roofs, lead absorbing mushrooms...That project glorified private backyard... More > political activism< Less
Passion as Big as a Planet: Evolving Eco-Activism in America By Ma'ikwe Schaub Ludwig
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Passion is all about who we are as activists and what really works. It is about practical spirituality and how to blend our values into our work in the world. It’s a book for activists tired of... More > the shrillness of politics and ready for a more compassionate approach. It’s a book for spiritual seekers ready to shake their Buddha bellies into action. Presented with humor, optimism and self-awareness. "This book clearly portrays the pivotal need of the environmental movement: the need to end the battle and forge a movement toward cooperation, to create a sense of common purpose in which we all take full responsibility for our own integrity, for effective relating, and for co-creating the world in which we live." Robert Griffin, Sustainable Communities Activist< Less
Passion as Big as a Planet: Evolving Eco-Activism in America By Ma'ikwe Schaub Ludwig
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Passion is all about who we are as activists and what really works. It is about practical spirituality and how to blend our values into our work in the world. It’s a book for activists tired of... More > the shrillness of politics and ready for a more compassionate approach. It’s a book for spiritual seekers ready to shake their Buddha bellies into action. Presented with humor, optimism and self-awareness. "This book clearly portrays the pivotal need of the environmental movement: the need to end the battle and forge a movement toward cooperation, to create a sense of common purpose in which we all take full responsibility for our own integrity, for effective relating, and for co-creating the world in which we live." Robert Griffin, Sustainable Communities Activist< Less
Poems from the Centre of the World By Haydn Washington
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'Poems from the Centre of the World' is the second volume of nature poetry by environmental scientist and activist Dr Haydn Washington. It is inspired by the Greater Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia.
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inside a broken clock: a modern fable By Román Leão
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The linear progression of time is coming apart as two friends leave for the new state of Jefferson to become pot growers. A veteran army of tree sitters occupies the last stand of old-growth... More > redwoods while under their feet a battle between good and evil is brewing with dire consequences for all of reality. A gentleman farmer mourns his departed wife when the devil appears and sparks a new resolve to rebuild his shattered life. A wayward soul is reincarnated at pivotal points of California’s past, acquiring the experiences needed to help set things straight. One word: Sasquatch!< Less
Making the Case for Direct Action By Chris Balch
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Are actions such as protests, blockades, even eco-sabotage moral? Why has our society shifted from protecting individuals to protecting corporations? What are the key elements in planning a... More > successful Direct Action Campaign? In this book Chris Balch examines these questions and more through case studies including the Dakota Access Pipeline and the 1973 Occupation of Wounded Knee. An Eco-Activists MUST READ!< Less
saltfront By saltfront
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We live at the base of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, experiencing the dramatic change in our own landscapes, from degraded skies to rampant industrial and commercial development. We're asking this... More > question: How shall we live? Some of us are poets, urban planners, and rap artists, others are academics, activists, and park rangers. We want to tell many kinds of stories, the stories of deserts and salt lakes and religious pioneers and inner city vegetable gardens, cat and dog stories, garbage and compost stories. We want to tell the stories of people in cities and on farms, of people who wander through disrupted landscapes and wonder where this all ends up.< Less
Arseh Sevom Civil Society Zine: Issue 1 By Arseh Sevom
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Linda Herrera shows how Facebook was used to spread images that led to full-scale demonstrations that ousted long-time, entrenched leaders. Historian Avery Oslo offers a peek at eco-activists in the... More > UK. Babak Rahimi and Elham Gheytanchi examine the roots of digital activism in Iran. Ladan Boroumand provides some background on the role of civil society organizations in the campaigning for the 2009 presidential elections in Iran. From Nazila Fathi, we get a reminder of those first, heady days of demonstrations, just after the 2009 election results were announced. Donya Alinejad challenges both the hype and the disimisal of Facebook and Twitter. Mana Mostatabi asks hard questions about clicktivism. Christina Ashtary demonstrates that it is possible to create social capital even online, and Hamid Tehrani challenges activists to think creatively. Finally, Eric Asp muses on building a network by sending congregants out of the church to do service.< Less

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