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Toward Regenerating the Colorado River Basin

By Benji Ross of Bioregional Catalysts Barichara, Colombia … May, 2023 As I write this, Joe Brewer, Penny Heiple, and myself are still in Colombia. It’s early morning and any hint of the day’s first light is maybe an hour away. The small open-air atrium in the middle of the house where I’m writing is […]

His principled and eloquent advocacy

While reading an issue of Ballot Access News late one evening, I was saddened to learn of John Rensenbrink’s passing. I became one of John’s long-distance friends, in the late 1980s, when he was overseeing the Green Party’s SPAKA (Strategy and Policy Approaches in Key Areas) process. My wife and I hosted him at our […]

UK Greens made historic gains in local elections

Spring 2023: A fuller manifestation of multi-party democracy is finally coming to Great Britain. Their electorate suffers from the absence of proportional representation (PR) just as we do in the United States—so, for many years, voters there had the idea of “only two significant choices” (Labour and Tories) as voters do here (Democrats and Republicans). […]

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Report Back from the Global Greens Congress of 2023

Fighting Radioactive Wastewater Dumping from New York to Fukushima By Howie Hawkins June 21, 2023 I attended the Global Greens Congress in Incheon, South Korea, as an informal observer intending to interact with and learn from Greens around the world. Leading up to the Congress, I was asked by Tim Hollo, director of the Green […]

The Left must embrace living lightly

The egalitarian ethos of the Left is commendable. But its historical conception of manifesting such is problematic. Too many on the Left still have in mind: More. Socialists and capitalists used to wrangle about productivity. When Krushchev, in 1956, said to the West: “We will bury you!” he meant that the countries adopting socialism would […]

Another chance to break the grip of the duopoly

1992 The Democratic Party candidate, Bill Clinton, was not well-known. The Republican Party candidate, George Bush (the incumbent) was not well-liked. In the wake of Ronald Reagan’s tax cuts federal deficits were soaring. As globalization gained steam, jobs were increasingly being off-shored to lower-wage countries. The populace was discontented and the electorate was willing to […]

John Rensenbrink remembrance

To access the Fall 2022 issue (“Remembering John”) click on the Back Issues Archive tab above.

A Green on the School Board

By Sam Pfeifle — There is a historical theory about the fall of the 500-year-old Roman Republic that gets spread around in policy discourse. The last person I heard reciting it was retired Supreme Court Justice David Souter. The Republic didn’t fall because Caesar’s heir, Octavian, murdered his political enemies and engineered his creation as […]

Prospects in the UK

Green Horizon ran an interview with Carla Denyer in our Fall 2021 issue:

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Toward the greening of society

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