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Category Archives: Social awareness
Protection of Earth system services is essential for sustainable development. This is why a paradigm shift is needed in society and the economy. It is thus up to all actors – from individuals to businesses to nation states – to … Continue reading →
Regime shifts from one ecological state to another are often portrayed as sudden, dramatic, and difficult to reverse. Yet many regime shifts unfold slowly and imperceptibly after a tipping point has been exceeded, especially at regional and global scales. These … Continue reading →
Corporate power is behind the politics of climate denial, Wall Street bailouts, union busting, and media consolidation, to name just a few. But real people have power, too. Here are some of our most successful strategies. The power of corporations … Continue reading →
Esas poblaciones no encuentran el modo de salir de la pasividad y de la despolitización incentivadas por un sistema que hizo del acceso al consumo su núcleo articulador de la subjetividad contemporánea. Un consumo, en muchos casos desenfrenado, que acabó … Continue reading →
Read The people protesting on Wall Street are fighting for the unemployed, the uninsured, and those totally insecure in the face of ever increasing financial inequities. These patriot occupiers are fighting for 99 percent of us. Those who are unemployed, … Continue reading →
It’s true that we’re indignant. But not just that. If it were just indignation that brought us together in the streets and squares of our cities, the movement would have less force. Once the moment of excitement had passed we … Continue reading →
A recent paper called “Hip and Trendy: Characterizing Emerging Trends on Twitter” calls social awareness streams “a class of communication and information platforms”. Those platforms are social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and even Youtube. Any place that we … Continue reading →