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Returning to—and Tidying Up—the Fold

Erik Assadourian

This article was originally published on 22 September 2019 on Gaianism.  For centuries—or perhaps even a few […]

The author and his son at the Global Climate Strike in Hartford, Connecticut

Raising an Ecowarrior: The Early Childhood Years

Erik Assadourian

Nearly four years ago I wrote in Adbusters about how I had been raising my son to […]

Listening for Greensong

Erik Assadourian

This blog was originally published by Resilience.org on July 31, 2019. All around us is Greensong—the sounds, […]

Having Your Bit of Cake and Eating it Too?

Erik Assadourian

Downsizing, the film by Alexander Payne, which follows Paul Safranek (Matt Damon) as he decides to shrink […]

Taking a Ride in the Time Machine

Erik Assadourian

This post was originally published on December 16, 2014 and is shared again in reflection of the […]

Why We Must Talk About Population

Erik Assadourian

Erik Assadourian responds to David Roberts’ Self-Censorship on Overpopulation. This article is cross-published by the Worldwatch Institute […]

Futureproofing America with a Yardfarming Revolution

Erik Assadourian, Pope, Cullen

Yardfarmers is a new reality TV/documentary series hybrid for release in Spring 2017. The show will follow […]

Learning from Icarus

Erik Assadourian

A reflection on how making society more resilient may be worse than doing nothing at all. What if […]

Taking a Ride in the Time Machine

Erik Assadourian

This week I’ve been reading Global Environmental Politics: From Person to Planet, by State of the World 2013 contributor […]

Time for a New Environmentalism

Erik Assadourian

Environmentalists can learn a lot from the successes of missionary religious movements Since the early years of […]