Round table discussion with Joan Diamond, Steve Heilig, Samantha Suppiah, Ed Saltzberg, and Jason Groves hosted by Christina Conklin
The World That Food Made
Navigating a Path Between Fantasy and Doom – A Top-Down Overview
OMEGA webinar with grassroots community organizers
Isabel Castillo, Ebony Guy, Duane Edwards and Russel Chisholm will be in conversation with Shorey Myers
While the Global Challenges faced by OMEGA are wide-ranging, the impacts are concretely felt by communities on the front lines. Three grassroots organizers working on issues including racism, climate change, and extractive industries share their views on the Global Challenges, the impacts felt by communities, and the intersectional work needed to accelerate our transition to a just, sustainable and resilient world.
Farming and eating during times of COVID19
In this article, Robert Kuttner and Katherine V. Stone delineate how “the private capture of entire legal systems by corporate America goes far beyond neoliberalism. It evokes the private fiefdoms of the Middle Ages.”
Covid-19: Learning from the crisis and re-imagining he future for environmental and climate challenges
Thomas Homer Dixon addresses the Upside of Down, his forthcoming book Commanding Hope, and the Cascade Institute.
A framework by which we can understand and respond to the COVID-19 crisis while anticipating its consequences and preparing for what’s next.