Archive for January, 2013

  • Of Guns, Whales, Freedom, and Justice

    January 14th, 2013 by John Fullerton

    After visiting an awe-inspiring women’s empowerment program at work in several rural villages north of Delhi, our host at the Ashram, scanning his Blackberry, related the news: a horrific shooting…assault rifle…children slaughtered…in a school…in Connecticut (my son’s school is in the state)…and then after what seemed like an endless pause as I >> Read more

  • Guest Post: Slow Cities and the Transition to a New Economics

    January 14th, 2013 by Ethan Kyzivat

    You know the picture: coffee in one hand, smartphone in the other, feet impatiently waiting for the traffic to go by— such is the life of many an American urbanite. I could be describing anyone from a college student to a business executive but the story varies little: we are always in a hurry, especially in our cities. Now that the world population has climbed past seven >> Read more