Living Earth

Explore our archive of articles on Living Earth.

On Elevating the Human Narrative

Conversation

Judy Rodgers | ...I think decisions about things like governance or institutions source from our awareness. We can’t build something if it’s outside the scope of our awareness. We can’t design a true commons if we’re in a very limited consciousness.

Green Medicine

Gallery

I use photography as a tool to explore the raw elemental power of the natural world by visiting and re-visiting places I’m drawn to in order to be touched by their spiritual essence.

The Prophecy

Gallery

Through his stunning work, Belgian-Beninese photographer Fabrice Monteiro challenges us to examine issues of fashion, race, consumerism and exploitation.

Tending the Wild

Article

What looked to European settlers like untamed wilderness was actually the product of millennia of intentional human influence. Calling it wilderness, or “virgin territory,” gave them license to occupy it, cultivate it, “develop” it, and “improve” it.

A Tale of Two Pipelines

Conversation

Malinda | We came together as a community, saying to the corporation, Williams Partners, "We're not going to stand by and let you destroy our land. We will stand between you and the land if we have to."

Climate Reports

In Brief

The power and abundance of our Earth can never be overstated; what is commonly overlooked is humanity's exploitation and neglect of its own life source.

The Four Nutriments

Introduction

Soul of the Earth: A Manifesto

Article

Humanity is married to Gaia, the Earth soul. We are embedded in her stream of manifested life. In a sense, […]

An Interview with Sister Miriam Therese MacGillis at Genesis Farm

Article

If the dynamics of the universe from the beginning shaped the course of the heavens, lighted the sun, and formed […]

Walking Into Sacred Spaces of the Wild

Article

On foot among the great elephant herds and lion prides of the Okavango Delta wilderness, I was given a profound […]