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  •  True: global, but if we can get the U.S.A. ship (3+ / 0-)
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    barath, joe wobblie, mightymouse

    steered in the right direction, we would not only tackle  a very large fraction of the problem, but also model for other urbanized economies a sustainable future, facilitating the appearance of that new paradigm: earth island.

    I'm in mixed-metaphor-mixed-with-worn-out-phrasing writing mode today, apparently. That's what I get for starting with a ship metaphor.

    Anyway, ecological action has to be comprehensive--urban design, agriculture, demilitarization, etc.

    Think, then act joyfully (both globally and locally) has been the only way forward for quite a while.

    Enjoyed this diary.

    The labor of a human being is not a commodity or article of commerce. Clayton Act, Section 6.

    by Ignacio Magaloni on Thu Apr 05, 2012 at 12:57:32 PM PDT

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