All human cultures evolve in response to ecological
change, but for thousands of years we have ignored this simple fact. We don't understand our ecological blindness because we choose not to. The price of purposeful unawareness could not be higher.
Though the mainstream media, predictably, has ridiculed the 2012 doomsday straw man they themselves set up, the classic Maya did accurately foresee our time as the crux of a planetary transition. We are the ones who have arrived at this juncture — and we are the ones
who will decide whether, or how, human civilization will continue.
The tiny house movement is a beautiful, constructive act of rebellion against a culture where overconsumption, going into debt and overwork are the norm.
When you support the Evolver Social Movement (E+SM), you play an integral role in accelerating a planetary transformation by spreading a new awareness of our collective, creative potential. For our spring drive, we are seeking 333 pioneers inspired to help the new transformational culture flourish and spread.
Merck becomes the next big corporation to endorse the UN's CEO Water Mandate, a catastrophic greenwashing initiative.
Join us this Wed, March 30, when we kick off Starhawk's “How to Redesign the World” a pathbreaking 5-part live, online video course.
Americans throw away nearly 100 billion pounds of food every year — almost as much as we eat. In Dive!, filmmaker Jeremy Seifert set out to find out why supermarkets are letting perfectly edible food end up in dumpsters instead of being donated to starving people. What he discovered will shock you.
This Wed, more than thirty-five Evolver Regionals will explore the mystery, history, and contemporary politics of water. We welcome all those in the Evolver/RS network to join us for a healing blessing for the Gulf at 10:30pm EST. Hosted by Evolver.net and The International Rainwater Harvesting Alliance. (July 21) [Video]
I see the tragedy of the Oil Spill as an archetypal symbol of our collective shadow. Our suppression and denial of our addiction to oil–our emotional denial–cannot be ignored any longer. Our collective psyches have produced a symbol so big, so in our faces, that we cannot shove it down and suppress it.
The sophisticated mimicry we find among insects and animals might also exist on a hidden, higher scale. Via synchronicity, the natural intelligence of life initiates a kind of informative dialogue…