Monthly Archives: May 2013

The sustainability community and the post-tornado disaster conversation.

Does the sustainability community have anything to contribute in this latest tornado disaster recovery?  Beyond, of course, donations of time and money to organizations working to alleviate immediate pain and suffering for those involved? I think we do and now … Continue reading

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On pilgrimage in Hughes County

I had no intention of getting arrested as part of the Keystone pipeline opposition. My friend Stefan Warner, youth minister at Church of the Open Arms, had been by a few times and talked about it.  He asked me what … Continue reading

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Against the Ecocide in Canada and the Keystone Pipeline

Ten tragedies, a call to action, and an appeal to people of faith. A new essay, hair and beard on fire, on the situation with the Keystone pipeline and the ecocide in Canada (tar sands production).  It is posted online … Continue reading

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