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Constance Cumbey, Matthew Fox And The New Age Christ

Wahkon writes "
In the late 1960s, a leader of the counter-cultural hippie revolution, along with his wife and I, traveled to Wahkon, Minnesota from California to potentially establish a counter-cultural community there. At the time, our plans to unite humanity, establish world peace and ecological balance temporarily came to an end. However, there are some indications that we will be getting together again in Wahkon, to promote a New Age Gaian, world view around the word wahkon, counter cultural, global initiative...an Occupy Wahkon Global Initiative.

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Posted by skip on Wednesday, May 09 @ 22:10:10 UTC (14407 reads)
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COOL Activities: COOL Green

This is a thread from the Old COOL forums.  You can respond using the Comments option.

BlackBillBlake
For me, and I'm sure this is probably true for many others here, problem number one confronting humanity in this coming century is environmental meltdown and climate change.
I think that COOL should definitely be pro-active in promoting a greater awareness of these issues, and encouraging people to adopt an environmentally friendly lifestyle, so far as this is possible and practical.

These days, the focus of the green movement in general is very much on global warming and its consequences - and that is a huge issue. But myself I'm also very concerned still about the neuclear issue - neuclear power is something that UK politicians are now seeking to re-sell to the public, and they're even going so far as to label it 'green', because it doesn't produce so much in the way of CO2 emmissions. This is a worrying trend, and in my view, extremely dishonest.

But there's also wider issues - how can dehumanizing and squalid environments in cities be changed to make them into more pleasant spaces to live.

To what extent were/are people like Buckminster Fuller on the right track with the idea of redesigning technology to make it sustainable?

How can the global issues be adressed - because it is a global issue such as we have not confronted before. It's little use for a few more enlightened people in affluent western countries to adopt green lifstyles whilst India and China are daily increasing the pollution levels. The USA is also a major culprit in all this.

Thoughts....?

Posted by skip on Monday, September 04 @ 18:47:57 UTC (5076 reads)
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