From the Desk of Lee Temple

PrimaMundi.com is always on the lookout for important websites and organizations. We highly recommend the Worldwide Indigenous Science Network. They are involved in:   SACRED SPECIES CONSERVATION: Keystone species such as white lions, snow leopards, and jaguars are sacred to indigenous peoples. They present a body of knowledge and ways leading to a dynamic relationship […]

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From Javier Sethness, April 3, 2014, TruthOut.org  There can be little doubt about the centrality and severity of the environmental crisis in the present day. Driven by the mindless “grow-or-die” imperative of capitalism, humanity’s destruction of the biosphere has reached and even surpassed various critical thresholds, whether in terms of carbon emissions, biodiversity loss, ocean […]

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From KOSMOS Journal April 2014 Newsletter: Neal Gorenflo, founder of Shareable magazine, is an old friend of Kosmos, so we are sharing his personal story of transformation as it was published in Kosmos Journal in the Spring of 2011. Learn about the evolution of the Sharing Economy in an excellent article by our friend Adam […]

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Paris (AFP) – UN scientists are set to deliver their darkest report yet on the impacts of climate change, pointing to a future stalked by floods, drought, conflict and economic damage if carbon emissions go untamed. READ ENTIRE ARTICLE…

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Guest Blog by William Howell “It is not idealistic to declare that the prime need on our planet is interfaith harmony.” When my wife Brahmi and I walked the Camino de Santiago in October, 2013, we were awed.  The gorgeous almost-fall weather, the postcard landscapes splashed with Galician sun, light-drenched stone walls sponged with centuries […]

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WASHINGTON — In the summer of 2010, it was Harry Reid, the Senate’s Democratic leader, who squelched his party’s efforts to pass a climate change bill, declaring it could never attract enough votes to pass. In the years since, he has rarely spoken publicly about the issue. But on Monday night, an impassioned Mr. Reid […]

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Sydney (AFP) – Time is running out for Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef, with climate change set to wreck irreversible damage by 2030 unless immediate action is taken, marine scientists said Thursday. In a report prepared for this month’s Earth Hour global climate change campaign, University of Queensland reef researcher Ove Hoegh-Guldberg said the world […]

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Climate Change and Peacebuilding are irrevocably woven together. Here’s why. *Excerpted from Cultivating Peace, O’Dea’s bestselling and pivotal book. How, you may ask, is climate change a problem for peacebuilders? I was at a meeting in Washington, DC, on systems thinking and policy change in 2009. Two military representatives of the Joint Chiefswere present. They […]

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 What’s your vision for a resilient world? How are you creating it now? Free Telesummit coming up March 11-13! Conversations with 42 representatives from different areas of our visioning and activism, including: Sign up free at: www.wholeearthsummit.org

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Here’s a super example of grass roots urban infill co-housing that’s being built and inhabited in Ithaca, New York. My old friend Liz Walker from EcoVillage at Ithaca is featured, and a former student narrates the piece. What a wonderful, inspiring project! I love the great feeling it has — starting right where we live […]

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