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Archive for October, 2015

Is My Culture a Monoculture?

Monday, 19 October, 2015

Today’s post is by Cindy Bluemel, who lives in Lyle, Washington, a little town right along the Columbia River. The mother of three married children and ten grandchildren, she likes to compost, recycle, design energy-efficient homes, and watch HGTV for the house-flipping shows.  She also has a knack for coming up with recipes. Seven years…

2015 LDS Earth Stewardship Annual Meeting

Sunday, 4 October, 2015

LDS Earth Stewardship Annual Meeting Saturday, November 7 7:00 PM [NOTE NEW LOCATION] 1655 Pine Lane Provo, Utah 84604 Please join LDS Earth Stewardship on Saturday, November 7 as we gather for our Annual Meeting with distinguished scholar and earth steward Dr. Paul Alan Cox. (A 2013 LDS Earth Stewardship interview with Dr. Cox appeared here.)…

Book Review: This Changes Everything – Capitalism vs. the Climate

Thursday, 1 October, 2015

Naomi Klein is a dedicated anti-corporatist and class warrior. Long before she focused on climate change, she was committed to battling the exploitation that seems to inevitably accompany aggregation of corporate power and wealth. That framing drives her analysis of anthropogenic climate change, embedding this profound environmental issue in an associated social, economic, and humanitarian…