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Summary:"I remember when we had our first protests we used to hide our faces behind the poster boards because we were nervous and embarrassed."
Rather than getting bogged down in fear and grief about what is happening to the earth, these authors invite us into a joyful, proactive response.
If it is tapped, says Vandana Shiva, the largest energy source we have "is the internal energy of human beings in all its dimensions -- spiritual, cultural, emotional, intellectual, physical."
Just as the sources of the crises confronting
us are connected, so too must be the
solutions we bring forward and
demand be implemented.
Grassroots urban planners are taking back the land, the plans, the ideas of who and what the city is for.
Summary:Excerpt from the concluding novel in the Science in the Capital series, Sixty Days
A Conversation with Science Fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson By Sam Diener
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