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Communities Magazine #173 (Winter 2016) – Social Permaculture
- Social Permaculture, and Public vs. Private, #173 Contents
- Notes from the Editor Not Rocket Science, but Just as Important by Chris Roth
- Social Permaculture—What Is It? by Starhawk
Ecological relationships are relatively easy to deal with. Human relationships are often much more difficult, but we can design social structures that favor beneficial patterns of behavior.
- Social Permaculture: Applying the Principles by Brush
Permaculture’s 12 principles apply to human groups just as much as to any other ecological system.
- Five Tools to Help Groups Thrive by Melanie Rios
A clearly articulated evolutionary purpose, a welcoming of the whole self, and governance through self-management are keys to collective success.
- Ecosexuality: Embracing a Force of Nature by Lindsay Hagamen
Only when we create a container that is loving enough and strong enough to embrace the erotic, do we create a container that is loving enough and strong enough to embrace all of Life itself.
- Public vs. Private: Group Dilemma Laid Bare! by M. Broiling and T. Shirtless
For some neighbors, the logical leap from “glimpse of skin” to “nudist colony” is a surprisingly short one to make.
- Finding Balance of Public and Private in Community by Helen Iles
The erosion of the commons by private interests is a disaster for modern human settlements; a community without shared spaces is barely a community at all.
- Nine Traditions that Draw Us Together: How a Small Town Nurtures Community by Murphy Robinson
The art of creating community spirit within mainstream towns and neighborhoods has much potential to change the world for the better.
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