WiserTweet Fusion by Michael Kwan

Sometimes I think of WiserEarth like a large warehouse or house party, inhabited by some actual residents.  This houseparty hosts many, many rooms, many neighboring open or closed-door rooms, and even a patio/smoking area.  Where activity actually occurs in real-time. Read more…

Try Compassion by Wade Hudson

“Born of our deep interdependence, compassion is essential to human relationships and to a fulfilled humanity. It is the path to enlightenment, and indispensible to the creation of a just economy and a peaceful global community.” Read more…

The Mind of Knowledge by Frank Patton

I’m seventy years old and have been fighting social justice, environmental, and political  issues for fifty years. A great deal of my activism has been in ‘water fights’: the Mojave Water Grab, The Gualala Water Bag Taking, the Klamath Dam Removal Effort…
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Systems Change, Not Climate Change
by Deborah Phelan

Just one day after the conclusion of the Copenhagen Talks, Climate Justice Now! declared that despite the disaster of COP15, the event itself was a “watershed moment in the battle for climate justice. The governments of the elite have no solutions to offer, but the climate justice movement has provided strong vision and clear alternatives. Copenhagen will be remembered as an historic event for global social movements. It will be remembered, along with Seattle and Cancun, as a critical moment when the diverse agendas of many social movements coalesced and became stronger, asking in one voice for system change, not climate change.” Read more…

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