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Everything and Nothing: Radical Hope in a time of climate change

The author's reflection on the theme of Radical Hope (CPA conference April 2015), bringing his own thinking and analysis to bear.

'When the buffalo went away, the hearts of my people fell to the ground and they could not lift them up again. After this nothing happened.'

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From ‘alarmism’ to false optimism?

I’m trying to step back and see the wood for the trees among the mass of news reports, magazine articles and blog responses to the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) on the impacts of climate change.

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In Conversation: Hilary Prentice and David Feltham

Hilary Prentice is a leading figure in the ecopsychology movement in UK.

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Flood Defences

We face a real dilemma. To take the radical actions required to have a hope of mitigating dangerous climate change we need to both reduce energy use and switch rapidly to renewable sources for the energy that we do use.

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Response 1 to Polly Higgins “The Earth Needs a Good Lawyer”

Polly Higgins, in framing ecocide as a war crime, bursts the gargantuan bubble of complacency that allows us to maintain the fiction that we are living in a time of peace.

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Response 2 to Polly Higgins "The Earth Needs a Good Lawyer"

I appreciate very much the way you speak about your love of Earth, and your poems and invocations.

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