The really scary part of the Diamond Romney dustup is how Romney recaps Diamond: European imperialism is accidental but societies choose to fail.
From “What would Keynes do?” to “Loading the Climate Dice,” we need to put the pieces together, work to reduce long-term resource use.
Everybody needs to make money, but it’s better to sell your body than your soul.
–Nellie McKay on Hydrofracking (West Kortright Centre, NY)
A great recipe for Kale Quesadillas–a quick, simple, and tasty way to enjoy the kale from Community Supported Agriculture.
People need jobs. The Earth faces ecological catastrophe. We can live more sustainably. We have the money. Restore local economy.
What was it about the Oneonta of 1981 that voted for Center Street School? Reflections on Oneonta and Center Street School 1981-2012.
Oneonta is a place to share in a common life and a common good. It’s worth defending.
There is a need for long-term planning, educational vision, and community participation to make Community Based Schools vibrant.
As Paul Krugman points out in “Cannibalize the Future,” the harder and more responsible decision is actually to spend toward the future.
Hartwick College’s symposium on “Rural Solutions: Economic Development on a Human Scale.” Keynote with Michael Shuman, author of Local Dollars, Local Sense.