James K. Rowe is an associate professor of environmental studies at the University of Victoria. He is currently writing a book called Radical Mindfulness. Follow him on twitter @JKimmittRowe.
Why the panic over toilet paper - another case of death denial?
Covid-19 should remind us that human supremacy is an illusion.
Lessons from the front lines of anti-colonial pipeline resistance
Ceremony, mindfulness and healing practices play a key role in radical social movements.
Does a fear of death lie at the heart of capitalism?
True wealth and power are found in collectives of people working together to radiate out justice and equality.
The puzzle of low oil prices—has the race to beat the carbon bubble already started?
The post-carbon world is fast emerging from the shell of the old. Even Saudi Arabia is planning for it.
Learning to love us-versus-them thinking
Oppositional thinking is crucial to social change, but there are no permanent enemies.
Zen and the art of social movement maintenance
“In a racially unjust world,” revolutionary activist Angela Davis asked mindfulness popularizer Jon Kabat-Zinn,...