Mother Pelican: February 2021

Dear Associates,
Another round of some 25 carefully filtered significant articles. Please comment if any one of them attracts you as a particularly clear or unusual analysis.  The mission of this journal is to foster integral human development and integral ecology.  Human development in harmony with nature is the existential challenge of our time.
In my first skimmed appraisal I was struck by articles by Marcia Pally, Haley Horton, Robert Jenson and Denis Shower – and I’ll try through them to distil in due course what I detect as the most significant points. 
Peter
———- Forwarded message ———
From: Luis Gutierrez <the.pelican.web@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2021 at 04:42
Subject: Mother Pelican ~ February 2021
To: solidarity-sustainability group <solidarity-sustainability@googlegroups.com>

ARTICLES
Changing the World by Rediscovering Your Story – Hana Begovic
Love & Waste: Igniting A Permaculture Paradigm Shift ~A Personal Story, Part II – Cara Judea Alhadeff 
The Economic Legacy of the Holocene – Lisi Krall
We Must Radically Rethink How We Live and Work – Sophie Howe
Economics Nears a New Paradigm – Dennis Snower
Embedding the Economy with Care – Richard Swift
A New Landscape for Skill-sharing Emerges from Pandemic Aftermath – Ruby Irene Pratka
Worried About Earth’s Future? Well, the Outlook Is Worse than Even Scientists Can Grasp – Corey Bradshaw, Daniel Blumstein, Paul Ehrlich
Time to Rethink Business as Usual – Michele Guieu
2021: The Year of the Post-COVID Consumer Orgy? – Erik Assadourian
Some Kinds of Things to Expect in 2021 and Beyond – Gail Tverberg
Concordianism: Beyond Capitalism and Socialism Toward a World of Peace and Justice – Carmine Gorga
Growth Without Economic Growth – R. Strand, Z. Kovacic, S. Funtowicz, L. Benini, A. Jesus
Eco-fascism: An Insult Against Those Who Propose that Overpopulation is a Major Problem – Jacopo Simonetta
Globalization, Regionalization, Localization, and Footprint Justice – Jan Juffermans
Goodbye To All That: Are Our Rituals of “Prosperity” Increasingly Meaningless? – Charles Hugh Smith
2020 Was a Snack, 2021 Is the Main Course – Charles Hugh Smith
Population Growth: The Ironic Vexer – Brian Czech
Science, Belief, and Democracy – Robert Costanza
Wounds and Lies that Bind: The Need to Believe – Marcia Pally
How Did Trump Make So Many Republican Men His Bitches? – John Stoltenberg
Musings on a Soufflé Dish, or Why Capitalism Has No Space for Love – Inez Aponte
The Unavoidable Link Between Patriarchal Theology and Spiritual Abuse – Haley Horton
From Pornography to Agriculture: Challenging Hierarchy – Robert Jensen 

The mission of this journal is to foster integral human development and an integral ecology.  Human development in harmony with nature is the existential challenge of our time.
You are invited to submit comments, suggestions, and articles for publication. Deadline is the 15th of the month to be considered for the following month.
Sincerely, Luis
Luis T. Gutiérrez
Mother Pelican Journal
the.pelican.web@gmail.com

http://pelicanweb.org/

The mission of this journal is to foster integral human development and an integral ecology.  Human development in harmony with nature is the existential challenge of our time.
You are invited to submit comments, suggestions, and articles for publication. Deadline is the 15th of the month to be considered for the following month.Sincerely,Luis
Luis T. Gutiérrez
Mother Pelican Journal
the.pelican.web@gmail.com

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