Resilience.org has recently presented an excellent forum entitled Uncertain Future Forum (20190715-20190726) highlighting “If collapse is imminent, how do we respond? Each is short, succinct, and pertinent to the issues.
Dancing with Grief, Dahr Jamail, 20190715
I have the greatest respect for Jamail as one of the most authentic writers of the issues of climate disruption. For me, this essay is one of his best.
Turning Toward Each Other, Meghan Kallman, 20190716
The need for community is our highest need, yet we are so poor at cooperation in this culture. We have a long way to go.
The Disabled Planet, Taylor Brorby, 20190717
An excellent comparison between individual health-disability and planetary health-disability, our need to recognize the huge inequalities inherent in modern capitalism.
The Seventh Fire, Winona LaDuke, 20190718
There is a huge need to access indigenous knowledge and skills, but for me, the risk is that they will simply become part of the capitalist system.
Responding to Collapse: Uncertain Future Forum’s First Week, Daniel Lerch, 20190719
The bottom line: collaborate with others, be in community, tend to yourself.
On Listening to the Earth, Dahr Jamail, 20190722
How do we list for truth, our own truth of how to respond to the coming crisis?
Three Practices for a Time of Crisis, Meghan Kallman, 20190723
We need new practices: the practice of grieving so as to make space within, the practice of holding painful paradox, the practice of effective hope (somewhere between idealism and pragmatism where what we do might matter).
Biting the Hand That’s Fed Me, Taylor Brorby, 20190724
It is time to stop the insanity that has been so beneficial to us.
Find Your Mettle, Winona LaDuke, 20190725
Courage is needed.
Responding to Collapse: Uncertain Future Forum Wrap-Up, Asher Miller, 20170926
We have an obligation!