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The Pandemic as a Catalyst for Institutional Innovation

The following essay is adapted from a talk given on May 5 at Radical May, a month-long series of events hosted by a consortium of fifty-plus book publishers, including my own publisher, New Society Publishers. My talk — streamed and later posted on YouTube here — builds on two previous blog posts. As the pandemic continues, it... Continue reading

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Awakening to an Ecology of the Commons

What is the future of The Commons movement​? What are some of the pathways for a commons transition? How do we formulate an alternative political economy and livelihoods out of the ashes of neoliberalism and the covid-19 pandemic? ​And how do we understand ​all of​ this in ​the​ broader​ planetary context of the anthropocene​? ​Our... Continue reading

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How Contact Tracing Apps Can Foil Both COVID-19 and Big Brother

Do we really need to sacrifice privacy for health in the fight against covid-19? The DP-3T protocol can save lives without furthering surveillance capitalism. Originally published at n.case.me. Download this comic as a .zip! Sources: DP-3T, TCN Protocol, Ferretti & Wymant et al

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We Are Not the Virus. We Are the Kamikazes.

I understand why environmentalists have concluded that Covid-19 is nature’s way of repelling human activity. If we’re going to keep mucking around with Earth’s biodiversity, climate, topsoil, oceans, and air, eventually nature’s going to respond. In this view, the virus is nature’s own antibodies, repelling human invasion. I sympathize with the systemic style of this... Continue reading

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Double Edge Theatre: Art & Commoning

Matthew Glassman and Carlos Uriona, co-artistic directors of Double Edge Theatre in western Massachusetts, explain how commoning informs the performances and stewardship of their artist-owned ensemble theater company. About Double Edge Theatre Double Edge Theatre, an artist-run organization, was founded in Boston in 1982 by Stacy Klein as a feminist ensemble and laboratory of actors’... Continue reading

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    Posted by Wagner Tamanaha on May 22, 2020 at 1:31

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    i suggest that earth is at its very limit of capability to preserve life itself, so i think imediate action is recuired.

    2 simple steps i suggest to be most important.

    activate a global surveilance system that gives live video feeds…

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