You are in Guest mode. If you want to post, you'll need to register (we promise it's painless).
Registered users should log in now. (Forgot your password?)

Guest-accessible forum This forum allows unregistered guests access to read. You must register to post in this forum.

Nature_and_Environment.15

Eco-Social Culture

--------

{Nature_and_Environment.15.196}: James River Martin {rivertree} Mon, 26 Jan 2009 14:21:27 CST (11 lines)

Folks are buing less stuff, which is good for the
envoronment/ecosystems but the downside is that too many people are
loosing their livelihoods, which is to say access to things genuinely
needed, e.g., food, shelter, medical care.

The trick will be to create an economic system which meets peoples
real needs without requiring overproduction and overconsumption.

Don't look to Washington DC for evidence of people working on that
problem. I don't see any such evidence. But surely it is a problem
with a need for a large collaborative effort involving millions!

Guest-accessible forum This forum allows unregistered guests access to read. You must register to post in this forum.

You are in Guest mode. If you want to post, you'll need to register (we promise it's painless).
Registered users should log in now. (Forgot your password?)

The New Café  Home | Your Hotlist and Directory | Independent Partner Forums |
FAQ | User Guidelines | Privacy Policy