Philip Clayton on The Dilemmas of Feeding the World

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When Jesus said, “I was hungry and you gave me food,” about 2,000 years ago, there were only 100 to 300 million people on the whole Earth. Today, there are well past 7 billion living on the same-sized planet. Now that we’re bumping elbows as never before, Spaceship Earth is struggling as never before. Feeding [Read More...]

Pando Populus: When Words Aren’t Enough to Save the Planet

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As promised in my first Pando Populus post, over the next few weeks I’ll highlight some of the incredible people involved in our June 4-7 global conference for the planet: Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization. For this post, however, words are not enough. That’s because today I’m introducing you to John Bielenberg and Tucker Nichols. [Read More...]

Pando Populus: New Paradigms for Saving the Earth

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Modern applied science and our current economic systems have failed us. They are responsible for the environmental crisis that is putting our future and that of our fragile, interconnected biosphere at risk. Equally, the world’s religious leaders have also failed us with their all-too-quick acceptance of the status quo and dereliction in working to protect [Read More...]


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