2017: A Year to Organize
by Kim Kanney, Community Bookstore Manager
Happy New Year, friends! Have you noticed 2017 is a “1” year, numerologically speaking? 2+0+1+7=10, or 1. And because 2016 was a 9 year, we have completed a cycle and returned to the beginning. A new chapter. A new opportunity. The start of something new.
Doesn’t it seem pertinent, given our socio-political environment and all the efforts we many of us are striving to achieve for a just, peaceful, and healthy world?
2017 is undoubtedly a year to organize, in more ways than one. How will you organize? What changes are you committed to making? What is your role in this “new beginning?”
FIC Community Bookstore offers you a myriad of ways to start the new year on the right foot and in cooperation. All the best!
We’Moon 2017 – Stardust – Datebook
Gaia Rhythms for Womyn
$20, Spiral Bound
With visual art, poetry and prose, lunar phases and astrological transits, stay on track with the new We’Moon day calendar. This year’s theme, Stardust, “sparkles with reverence for our cosmic home-for the vast reaches of the universe and our intimate creaturely molecules. Everything is made of StarDust!”
Permaculture Principles 2017 Wall Calendar
with Moon Planting Guide
$14, Wall Calendar
Be inspired all year with the wall calendar that features 12 key permaculture principles and beautiful images from around the world. Get helpful tips, chart rainfall and temperatures, and note planting and harvest patterns for future reference.
Group Works Cards Deck
A Pattern Language for Bringing Life to Meetings and Other Gatherings
A set of cards to enhance one’s experience – or a group’s experience – in collaborating with one another. With several ways to use the cards, allow it to support your process as participant, facilitator, observer, and more.
Breaking Through to a World that Works
The book sets out to challenge the ‘breakdown thinking’ that focuses only on defensive reactions to the economic, social, political, and environmental crises and catastrophes we face. In its place it proposes ‘breakthrough thinking'” an approach that recognizes the gritty reality but enables us to envision and co-create a world of well-being and health.
The Climate Change Playbook
22 Systems Thinking Games for More Effective Communication about Climate Change
Using systems thinking games, the simple, interactive exercises in The Climate Change Playbook can help citizens better understand climate change, diagnose its causes, anticipate its future consequences, and effect constructive change.
The Art Of Leading Collectively
Co-creating a Sustainable, Socially Just Future
Readers learn how to tackle system change for sustainable development, re-imagine leadership as a collaborative endeavor, retrain leaders to work collectively, and manager diverse groups through a change process that has sustainability as a guiding focus.
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