Mother Pelican: Sept 2021

Another cluster of strong articles on Solidarity and Sustainabilty. If you distill wisdom from any of these contributions please relay it in your own way.
Peter
———- Forwarded message ———
From: Luis Gutierrez <the.pelican.web@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Sept 2021 at 06:36
Subject: Mother Pelican ~ September 2021
To: solidarity-sustainability group <solidarity-sustainability@googlegroups.com>

ARTICLES
The Most Ethical Gift: Towards a Sustainable Demographic Future – Joe Wish
Confusion as a State of Grace: Climate and Kinship in 2021
– Installment 5 ~ Slowwashing: The Fiction of Frictionless – Cara Judea Alhadeff
The Pachamama and the Empire – Margarita Mediavilla
Enough is Enough: It’s Time for a Real Green New Deal – Megan K. Seibert & William E. Rees
Through the Eye of a Needle: An Eco-Heterodox Perspective on the Renewable Energy Transition – Megan K. Seibert & William E. – Rees
Growth through Contraction: Conceiving an Eco-Economy – William E. Rees
Overpopulation Denial Syndrome – Robin Maynard
Preparing to Welcome Two Billion Refugees – Dave Pollard
From Neoliberal Capitalism to ‘Buen Vivir’ – Victor Toledo
All of a Sudden: Climate Change Tipping Points Appear with a Vengeance – Kurt Cobb
What the IPCC Report Should Have Told Us – Jody Tishmack
Who Can Save Us From Jeff Bezos and Silicon Valley’s Planetary Death Wish? – Lynn Parramore
Revisiting The Limits to Growth – Andrew Curry
The Paradox of Growth ~ The Pursuit of Growth Is the Fastest Road to Decline – Tim Morgan
Billionaire Space Race: The Ultimate Symbol of Capitalism’s Flawed Obsession with Growth – Tim Jackson
Technoscepticism and the Machine-proof Muir – Joe Gray
A Lacuna in Christian Animal Ethics ~ Part 1 – Walter Scott Stepanenko
IPCC Report: Happily Ever After or Miserable Ever More? – Brian Snyder
From Systems Theory to Social Action for an Ecological Civilization – Phila Back
New Book: Energy and Human Ambitions on a Finite Planet ~ Assessing and Adapting to Planetary Limits – Thomas W. Murphy, Jr.
Will World Population Drop Far Enough, Fast Enough? – Tom Flynn
The Problem of Philosophy – Eliza Daley
Reading the Encyclical Letter Laudato Si’ With Gender Lens – Teresa Toldy
Is Pope Francis an Ecofeminist? – Susan Rakoczy 

Human development in harmony with nature is the existential challenge of our time. The goal of this monthly digest is to foster integral human development and an integral ecology.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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