Mother Pelican – November 2021

November breaks with this vital collection.Scan the list of entries to be reminded of many key issues associated with COP26 in its fundamental global importance.. Your comment on any article you read would be valued.
Peter 
———- Forwarded message ———
From: Luis Gutierrez <the.pelican.web@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2021 at 03:57
Subject: Mother Pelican ~ November 2021
To: solidarity-sustainability group <solidarity-sustainability@googlegroups.com>

ARTICLES
‘Green Growth’ Doesn’t Exist ~ Less of Everything Is the Only Way to Avert Catastrophe – George Monbiot
Ecological Justice Border Crossings ~ Part 2 ~ When the Cure Becomes the Disease: Climate Crisis Inflammation – Cara Judea Alhadeff 
Humility dawns within Humanity, resulting in a Chance to Change – Barbara Williams
Why Citizens and not Workers – Yavor Tarinski
Reconciling Human Demands with Planetary Boundaries: A New Approach to Quantifying Sustainability at the National and Global Levels – Lucia Tamburino
The False Gods of Individual Freedom and Nature – Whitney A. Bauman
False Memes Can Direct the Conduct of Human Affairs More than Established Science – Steve E. Salmony
Solving the Climate Crisis Requires the End of Capitalism – Jeremy Lent
How the Climate Crisis is Transforming the Meaning of ‘Sustainability’ in Business – Raz Godelnik
Chokepoint Democracy: Workers Capitalize on Global System Weak Spots – Kurt Cobb
The Value-Renewed Society ~ Regenerating our Commons to Meet Human Needs – James Quilligan
Detailed Global Energy Data Is Locked Behind Paywalls – Max Roser & Hannah RitchieI
PCC AR6: Breaking the Hegemony of Global Climate Models – Judith Curry
Evolution and Climate Change Through the Lens of Power – Richard Heinberg
EU Fails to Reduce Dependency on Fossil Fuels Amid Soaring Energy Bills – Maxence Peigné
Spike in Energy Prices Suggests that Sharp Changes are Ahead – Gail Tverberg
A Lacuna in Christian Animal Ethics ~ Part 3 – Walter Scott Stepanenko
The Trouble with Anthropocentric Hubris, with Examples from Conservation – Haydn Washington at al
Jet Zero and the Politics of the Technofix – Gareth Dale & Josh Moos
Creating Sustainable Culture – Dana Visalli
New Rules for Post-patriarchal Systems and Societies – Robert Franken
World Scientists’ Warnings into Action, Local to Global – Phoebe Barnard, William Moomaw, et al
Introducing the Laudato Si Action Platform – Brian Austin
The Ecological Crisis is the Climax of Patriarchy and Religious Patriarchy ~ What’s Next? – Luis T. Gutiérrez

Human development in harmony with nature is the existential challenge of our time. The goal of this journal 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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