Three innovative non-residential groups use community as a tool to address climate change.
A replicable ecovillage model is our best hope for achieving essential, global-scale changes.
As a climate solutions advocate explains, carbon is not a bad thing; it’s often just in the wrong places right now.
“What can I do?” It’s the right question—almost.
For the next generation, planting trees, growing food, and living in community are only the start.
Compared to carbon offsetting, carbon onsetting may be a more effective strategy to build sustainability.
A fossil-fuel-free community empowers its members to dramatically reduce their dependence on the corporate economy.
From the personal to the global, with hard times undeniable, community may be our life-support.
Our Spring issue examines how intentional communities and other groups are responding to the challenges presented by climate change. Through stories from more than a dozen diverse communities, we learn about steps being taken both to mitigate the intensity of climate disruption and to adapt to its effects. Innovative approaches include carbon onsetting, biochar production and use, personal/spiritual work, strategies for fossil-fuel-freedom, and more.