“The web of life is sacred, and we’re part of that web. Since the prevailing story says humans are separate from the rest of life, how can we (re)find ourselves in that web? ~ Political Science Professor Karen Litfin, author of Ecovillages: Lessons for Sustainable Community
“In a world of dwindling natural resources and mounting environmental crisis, who is devising ways of living that will work for the long haul? And how can we, as individuals, make a difference?
“To answer these fundamental questions, Professor Karen Litfin embarked upon a journey to many of the world’s ecovillages – intentional communities at the cutting-edge of sustainable living. From rural to urban, high tech to low tech, spiritual to secular, she discovered an under-the-radar global movement making positive and radical changes from the ground up.
“Not only is another world possible, it is already being born in small pockets the world over. These micro-societies, however, are small and time is short. Fortunately – as Litfin persuasively argues – their successes can be applied to existing social structures, from the local to the global scale, providing sustainable ways of living for generations to come.”
Thank you to Janaia Donaldson, producer & host, Peak Moment TV, for this inspiring interview. For more quality videos featuring ordinary people shaping the world we want through local food production, environmental care, sharing and more, visit Peak Moment TV, Locally Reliant Living for Challenging Times.