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Communities Magazine #174 (Spring 2017) – Communities and Climate Change
- Communities and Climate Change, #174 Contents
- Notes from the Editor—Climate Crisis, Dystopia, and Community by Chris Roth
- Living Energy Farm: An Answer for Climate Change By Alexis Zeigler
A fossil-fuel-free community empowers its members to dramatically reduce their dependence on the corporate economy.
- Local Solutions to Global Warming: Paying for Our Carbon Meal By Daniel Greenberg
Compared to carbon offsetting, carbon onsetting may be a more effective strategy to build sustainability.
- Addressing Climate Change: Two Generations at Heart-Culture Farm Community By Kara Huntermoon
For the next generation, planting trees, growing food, and living in community are only the start.
- The Question I Get Asked the Most By Bill McKibben
“What can I do?” It’s the right question—almost.
- Soil, Communities, and Climate Change: An Interview with Nikki Silvestri By Chris Roth
As a climate solutions advocate explains, carbon is not a bad thing; it’s just in the wrong places right now.
- Affordable, Developer-Driven Ecovillages: Meeting an Unmet Need By Mac Maguire
A replicable ecovillage model is our best hope for achieving essential, global-scale changes.
- Variations on a Theme: Low-Carbon Communities of All Sorts By Ma’ikwe Ludwig
Three innovative non-residential groups use community as a tool to address climate change.
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