Humanity is facing an environmental crisis of unprecedented proportions. We are facing a crises of social justice. Ever since the rise of civilization, we have been divided into rich and poor classes. Now the rise of food and energy prices, combined with the extreme concentration of wealth among the wealthiest of citizens can only bring increasing suffering and greater conflict.
What is the root cause of these problems? It is not "human nature" to be greedy, aggressive, or to disregard the future. The anthropological record is clear. We are capable of being altruistic or selfish, aggressive or compassionate. Many humans have lived in sustainable societies for thousands of years. We must correctly diagnose our current predicament, and have a rational, coherent plan for how to address it. This web page is dedicated to that purpose.
Integrated Activism: Applying the Hidden Connections Between Ecology, Economy, Politics and Social Progress, Alexis Zeigler
Due to be released from North Atlantic Books in August, 2013
Culture Change: Civil Liberty, Peak Oil, and the End of Empire, Ecodem Press, Alexis Zeigler
Beyond Greenhype, Real Solutions for Global Warming, a book about by Alexis Zeigler You can download a PDF copy here
Donations for this work are accepted!
Culture Change Constructive Panic Slideshow (Windows Media file, microsoft is evil, but that's how this file ended up...).
If you want a much quicker download, you can just listen to the audio portion.
Culture Change Constructive Panic Slideshow. (It's a little over an hour, in MP3 format.)
An article by Alexis Zeigler entitled Dancing at the Edge of the Precipice - After Peak Oil published at The Oil Drum.
Another article by Alexis Zeigler entitled Biofuel and the Rise of Nationalistic Environmentalism was published at The Oil Drum, Reality Sandwich, and The Energy Bulletin
Biofuels and the Rise of Nationalistic Environmentalism
Will Biofuels Trigger Genocide?
BioFuels in Ecological Perspective
Concious Cultural Evolution, A Primer
Where Do We Go From Here?
Drug Wars, The Burning Times
The Past and Future of Women's Rights in America
Why Are We So Stupid?
Peak Oil, Biofuel and Culture Change
Listen to an interview of Alexis about his book Culture Change on WNRN radio from January 28, 2007. (It's a one hour interview, in MP3 format.)
And Now For Something Completely Different -- Fruit Trees!
My second obsession is growing fruit. To aid others in similar pursuits, I offer for you the following short book that tells you how to grow and propagate fruit and nuts without chemicals.
Perennial Food, Easy and Reliable Methods for Growing and Propagating Fruits and Nuts.
Advanced Traffic Bicycling
Intenional Communities, Fellowship for Inentional Communities
Directory of Intenional Communities
http://www.oilempire.us/ “An encyclopedia of information... "connecting the dots" between Peak Oil, 9/11, the War on Iraq, election fraud, media manipulation and the ecological catastrophe of climate change...”
alexis /\ at /\ conev.org