Countdown to Earth Day 2016: #12 Build Community

One thing you can do to honor the Earth this Earth Day is to help build communities that are local, sustainable, and resilient. Communities are created by doing things together. Small communities can find alternative, extra-economic ways of doing what we need done … by doing them together. [Read more…]

Countdown to Earth Day 2016: #13 Eat Green, Eat Local

Many people may not realize that a major source of carbon emissions and pollution is the food industry — especially the transportation of food and the meat industry. Here are some things you can do to change your relationship with food this Earth Day. [Read more…]

Godless Paganism is 50% off the paperback price — Buy the ebook for even less

Godless Paganism: Voices of Non-Theistic Paganism is 50% off for the paperback edition — which means we are selling it virtually at cost. I encourage everyone to buy the ebook version instead. The ebook is cheaper, more environmentally responsible, (and we make more money off it). [Read more…]

Countdown to Earth Day 2016: #14 Source What You Consume

We Pagans talk a lot about our interconnectedness with the Earth. But the fact is that, by virtue of living in a modern industrial society, we are largely alienated from the material conditions of our existence. One thing you can do to honor the Earth this Earth Day is to begin sourcing what you consume. Here’s how … [Read more…]

The first review of Godless Paganism has been published!

Scholastic Paganism has posted the first review of Godless Paganism: Voices of Non-Theistic Pagans. If you’re wondering whether you should purchase a copy, check out the review here. It’s not unequivocally positive, but it is laudatory and insightful. Here are some excerpts: [Read more…]

Countdown to Earth Day 2016: #15 Use Your Privilege for Good

The point of identifying privilege is not to feel bad about it … the point is to do something with it. Guilt does not redeem privilege. Paying it forward does. So this Earth Day, one thing you can do to honor the Earth is to find a way to use your privilege for the good. [Read more…]


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