Blog Posts

Ecological Civilization, Environment

Finding Oneness Among the Ones

I had long known that the ideology of the individualistic separate self was a delusion and in fact societal suicide, but in Pando we have a living organism to show us our alternative to a separateness which is not sustainable.

Education, Pollution, Reimagining and Reinventing Societies and Social Thought

Deposit Trash Here

What would happen if every design school brought JUNK BATTLE! to the classroom? Onto their campuses? Imagine students, primed for learning and eager to get their hands dirty, getting a first-hand look at their footprint on the world.

Ecological Civilization, Reimagining and Reinventing Societies and Social Thought

Storytelling for an Ecological Civilization

As storytellers who hold the power of global media dissemination, we have an opportunity to contribute to and change the conversation around a host of issues, including immigration, the environment, gender and racial justice, and so many others.

Economics, Reimagining and Reinventing Economies, Reimagining and Reinventing Societies and Social Thought

Banking on Fairness Is a Risky Business

In part five of our series on public banking, S. L. Mintz considers several public financing models. “But before embracing public banks’ promise of low cost funding, advancement of local priorities and welcome returns on investment,” he says, “informed taxpayers should weigh risks that can derail good intentions.”

Reimagining and Reinventing Economies, Reimagining and Reinventing Societies and Social Thought

Despite Bipartisan Support, Public Banking in Michigan Spurs Skepticism

This post, part four in the series on public banking, takes us to Michigan where a public banking bill has received bipartisan support, but one critic there has serious concerns.

Environment, Nature, Reimagining and Reinventing the Wisdom Traditions—World Loyalty, Religion

Laudato Si: On Care for our Common Home

Pope Francis’ bold clarion call in Laudato Si’ is passionate but also thoughtful and undogmatic in exemplary ways. Even while summonsing the best conclusions and consensus of the scientific community, there is a tone of humility and a recognition that knowledge is always partial and emergent.