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  1. Hace 3 días · That question of prognostication was echoed more recently by Rebecca Solnit, and we’ve covered some of her climate writings in past newsletters. For ... be unreasonable to predict that we can leave the age of fossil fuels behind and do what the climate requires of us,” Solnit writes. “But it would be unwise to say that it ...

  2. Hace 4 días · Whether you’ve been in the fight against climate change for decades, or are a newcomer, the struggle can feel overwhelming in so many ways. Rebecca Solnit and Thelma Young Lutunatabua have produced a new book to support and energize us – it’s called Not Too Late. Rebecca Solnit was in Vancouver for the Writers Fest in October 2023.

  3. Hace 4 días · As Rebecca Solnit argues in her Field-guide to the subject: “Never to get lost is not to live”. Featured image by Nick Havely. Nick Havely is Emeritus Professor at the University of York, where he taught courses on English and Italian literature for forty years.

  4. Hace 2 días · It is, as with all creation, matter impregnated with mind: but the resultant issue is a living spirit, a glow in the consciousness, that perishes when the glow is dead. It is something snatched from non-being, that shadow which creeps in on us continuously and can be held off by continuous creative act. So, simply to look on anything, such as a ...

  5. Hace 1 día · “Just Walking” di Michele Losi parte da un testo di Rebecca Solnit, “La storia del camminare”, che ha ispirato la residenza da cui sono nati il lavoro e la ricerca stessa. La riflessione sul camminare diventa quasi una meditazione sull’essere umani.

  6. Hace 2 días · How to change everything, Naomi Klein with Rebecca Stefoff (although written for young people, adults alike will find in it an illuminating, detailed and accessible guide). Citizens: Why the Key to Fixing Everything Is All of Us, Jon Alexander. Hope in the Dark, Rebecca Solnit, the untold stories of 50 years of social change.

  7. Hace 3 días · O título deste post são palavras de Ghandi, citadas por Rebecca Solnit no seu livro “Hope in the dark”. Cada época tem as suas causas específicas, mas, ao mesmo tempo, podemos observar e sentir o desenvolvimento de outras, vindas de trás.