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Ecology and Our Future

Restless and Relentless Minds: Thinking as a “Species out of Context” · Resilience.org · August, 2021

Wes Jackson: How to Respect One’s Tools · Merion West · February, 2021

‘A simple boy from the prairie’: An interview with Robert Jensen · Feminist Current · February, 2021

From Pornography to Agriculture: Challenging Hierarchy · MerionWest.com · January, 2021

Against Hierarchy · Voice Male magazine · October, 2020

Who is we? · The Ecological Citizen · October, 2020

Seize a wrench and the day · Land Report, and Resilience.org · August, 2020

How to Get Off Fossil Fuels Quickly—and Fairly · YES! Magazine · June, 2020

What can people think of doing when they have little money? · Agriculture and Human Values · June, 2020

Apocalypse, Now and Forever: Review of “Notes from an Apocalypse: A Personal Journey to the End of the World and Back” · Resilience.org · March, 2020

The Danger of Inspiration: A Review of ‘On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal’ · CommonDreams.org · September, 2019

From the Royal to the Prophetic to the Apocalyptic: The Case for a Saving Remnant · Resilience.org · August, 2019

Growing a Green New Deal: Agriculture’s Role in Economic Justice and Ecological Sustainability · Resilience.org · February, 2019

Nuclear Power Will Not Save Us from Climate Change · YES! Magazine · November, 2018

Interview: There Clearly Is No Decent Human Future Possible in Capitalism · American Herald Tribune · August, 2018

Transforming human life on our home planet, perennially · Ecological Citizen · July, 2018

Life without Limits: The Delusions of Technological Fundamentalism · Australian Broadcasting Corporation/Religion and Ethics · January, 2018

The Woman Beside Wendell Berry: The Most Important Fiction Editor Almost No One Has Heard Of · YES! Magazine · December, 2017

Eating Responsibly · Edible Austin, July/August, 2017 · July, 2017

Beyond ‘No’ and the Limits of ‘Yes’: A Review of Naomi Klein’s ‘No Is Not Enough’ · Resilience.org · June, 2017

If We’re Honest, We All Know Trump’s America · YES! Magazine · January, 2017

What is the World? Who are We? What Are We Going to Do about It? · Resilience.org, July 19, 2016 · July, 2016

A Missing Item on the COP21 Climate Agenda: Grieving · Resilience.org · December, 2015

As We Adapt to Climate Change, Who Gets Left Behind? · YES Magazine · November, 2015

The Problem of Agriculture · Resilience.org · October, 2015

Dealing with Climate Change Deniers · teleSUR · October, 2015

American Journalism’s Ideology: Why the “Liberal” Media is Fundamentalist · ZNet · June, 2015

Resilience Reflections · Resilience · May, 2015

‘Epic Fail’: Feminism and Ecological Crises · Resilience · March, 2015

Extracting ourselves from the extractivist mindset · Resilience · September, 2014

There are Limits: Ecological and Social Implications of Trans and Climate Change · Dissident Voice, September 12, 2014 · September, 2014

After the harvest — learning to leave the planet gracefully · Waging Nonviolence, June 13, 2014 · June, 2014

The Future Must Be Green, Red, Black and Female · Truthout · November, 2013

Get Apocalyptic: Why Radical is the New Normal · YES! Magazine · May, 2013

Ready for Rationing? · Counterpunch · May, 2013

The universe is an undifferentiated whole · Rabble.ca · May, 2013

Rationally Speaking, We Are All Apocalyptic Now · Truthout · February, 2013

From Start to Finish: Why We Won and How We Are Losing · Al Jazeera English · September, 2012

Generation Food · Edible Austin · September, 2012

Hope is for the Lazy: The Challenge of Our Dead World · CounterPunch · July, 2012

Environmental Historian Angus Wright’s Call For a Planetary Patriotism · Texas Observer online · November, 2011

As the earth turns: Going global with perennial polyculture agriculture · Common Dreams · September, 2011

Nature Bats Last: Notes on Revolution and Resistance, Revelation and Redemption · Truthout · August, 2011

Green is the new red: environmental activists under attack · Grist · July, 2011

Listening to Life, before it’s too late: An interview with Ellen LaConte · Resilience, originally published by Energy Bulletin · March, 2011

Technological fundamentalism: Why bad things happen when humans play God · Counterpunch · January, 2011

Soils and Souls: The Promise of the Land · Texas Observer online · October, 2010

A world in collapse?’ Robert Jensen interviewed by Alex Doherty · Counter Currents · September, 2010

The Anguish of the Age: Emotional Reactions to Collapse · Common Dreams · June, 2010

War, ecological crises, and the quest for justice: An interview with Robert Jensen · The Rag Blog · November, 2009

War Society, Collapse and the University: an interview with Robert Jensen · Energy Bulletin · October, 2009

The Delusion Revolution: The future we have been dreaming of is not based on reality · Adbusters · July, 2009

Is America on the Brink of a Food Crisis? Interview with Wes Jackson · Alternet · January, 2009

Real Hope: Facing Difficult Truths About an Uncertain Future · Dissident Voice · November, 2008

Technological Fundamentalism in Media and Culture · Dissident Voice; Media Development · August, 2008

The delusion revolution: We’re on the road to extinction and in denial · Counter Currents · August, 2008

Fear and hope on the runaway train: A review of Eliza Gilkyson’s “Beautiful World” · ZNet · June, 2008

The four fundamentalisms and the threat to sustainable democracy · CounterPunch · May, 2006

Large Dams in India: Temples or Burial Grounds? · Counterpunch · September, 2004

Damn the dams: An interview with Medha Patkar · Alternet · February, 2004

A Moral Level of Consumption? · Counterpunch · October, 2003

Where agriculture meets empire: An interview with Wes Jackson · Alternet · July, 2003

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