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Category: 2009 Winter/Spring Evergreen

Green challenged to start Food Circles

Green challenged to start Food Circles

The Kansas City Food Circle promotes organic local foods by Ben Kjelshus, Green Party of Kansas City † The Kansas City Food Circle, founded in 1994 by the Kansas City Greens, links eaters with organic local food producers. It is one of the leading organizations promoting organic local foods in the heartland. Our 2008 KC Food Circle Directory lists 56 local food producers, four organic farmers markets, and 16 restaurants where Food Circle farmers supply locally produced foods. New projects…

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The 21st Century Environmental Revolution: a Comprehensive Strategy for Conservation, Global Warming and the Environment by Mark C. Henderson

The 21st Century Environmental Revolution: a Comprehensive Strategy for Conservation, Global Warming and the Environment by Mark C. Henderson

A book review by David McCorquodale Green Party of Delaware The Fourth Wave, this book by Canadian Mark Henderson is an effort to envision how an environmental revolution would change mankind and suggest initial steps to make such a change possible. Proceeding from the premise that just as the information age has changed the way human beings interact as described by Alvin Toffler in The Third Wave, so too will the environmental revolution change mankind by putting ìa stop to…

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April 10, 2006 (New York City)

April 10, 2006 (New York City)

by Steve Bloom Green Party of New York State Sometimes politics proves to be as strange as poetry. Never thought that I would feel at home in a demonstration where one American flag follows another, after another, after another. But today itís not the usual “my country can beat up your country” crowd. No, this time itís the invisible people, speaking out loud for a change. “I am Haitian; I am Korean; I am Pakistani,” they tell me. “I am…

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