Mother Pelican: August 2019

Another feast of reflections out of which your comment on any articles that you read would benefit our network and further our collaboration. Peter

———- Forwarded message ———
From: Luis Gutierrez <the.pelican.web@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 2019 at 04:18
Subject: Mother Pelican Journal ~ Volume 15, Number 8, August 2019
To: solidarity-sustainability group <solidarity-sustainability@googlegroups.com>

ARTICLES
The Root Cause of Human Population Growth,
by Steve Salmony
“Be Very Alarmed!” Introducing the Global GDP Meter,
by Brian Czsech
Catalysing Mass Commitment to Transformative Change,
by Andrew Gaines
As Systems Collapse, People Rise: Seven Faces of an Emerging Global Movement,
by Otto Scharmer
Do We Need Environmental Ethics?,
by Malgorzata Dereniowska
Why Economics is Still Not a Science of Adaptive Systems,
by Greg Daneke
Solidarity Economy Roads ~ Chapter 2 – The Road of the Poor and the Popular Economy,
by Luis Razeto Migliaro
What If There Were No Future? Some Overlooked Consequences of Exponential Growth,
by Peter Russell
Dancing with Grief, Acting with Courage,
by Dahr Jamail
The Right to Say No ~ Women Organizing Against Extractivism in Southern Africa,
by Boniface Mabanza Bambu
Decolonising the Economy,
by Laura Basu
Increasing Human Population Density Drives Environmental Degradation in Africa,
by Corey J. A. Bradshaw
Investigating Deforestation in Brazil,
by Stephen Davis
A 21st Century Economics for the People of a Living Earth,
by David Korten
The Catholic Church and Human Relationships with Nature,
by Joseph Blay
Against Piety: The Planet, the Pope, and Laudato Si’,
by Ray Keenoy
Feminism and the Social Solidarity Economy: A Short Call to Action,
by Marian Díez
A Charter for the Social Solidarity Economy,
by Solidarity and Alternative Economies Network
Challenging Global Corporate Power,
by James Shultz
On the Need for an Earth Standard Currency,
by Julian Cribb
World’s Poorest Nations Weighed Down by Fastest Growing Populations,
by Thalif Deen
Responding to Collapse by Turning Toward Each Other,
by Meghan Kallman
Is Patriarchy Natural or Artificial?,
by Karen Henninger
Patriarchal Gender Theory: Defective Anthropology, Defective Ecology,
by Luis Gutiérrez

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Deadline is the 15th of the month to be considered for the following month.

Sincerely,

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