Museletter 266: Two Realities

MuseLetter #266 / July 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 103 KB) Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. –Robert Frost   Two paths via rhruzek/flickr. Creative Commons 2.0 license.   Our contemporary world is host [...]

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Museletter 265: Want to Change the World? Read This First

MuseLetter #265 / June 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 140 KB) This month’s Museletter is about change. First up is an essay about one thing everyone interested in social change should know; this is followed by an interview looking at what it will take to change mainstream economic thinking. Want [...]

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Museletter 264: The Anthropocene: It’s Not All About Us

MuseLetter #264 / May 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 126 KB) The Anthropocene: It’s Not All About Us Time to celebrate! Woo-hoo! It’s official: we humans have started a new geological epoch—the Anthropocene. Who’d have thought that just one species among millions might be capable of such an amazing accomplishment? [...]

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Living in the Anthropocene?

Interview with Alex Wise at Sea Change Radio Your browser does not support this audio format. Download audio There’s a scientific debate afoot in geological and environmental circles about what to call the current time period. According to the International Union of Geological Sciences, we’re living in the Holocene epoch, but many believe that the [...]

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