Politics

If you become involved in the political process, you can help to determine the shape of the world you live in, both locally and globally.

If you don’t, someone else will do it – and you may not like the result.

 

101 Ways to Stop the War on Iraq
Compiled and written by Guy Dauncey, Victoria, BC, Canada
www.earthfuture.com

The war has started. The struggle continues.
All over the world, there is grief, sorrow, fear, and anger.
We must show determination, and vision.
We must move on, beyond war.
We can win without war.
We are united for peace.

Updated Sunday March 23rd,
as the bombs are falling.
 

WE ARE MILLIONS
For an incredible collage of the Feb. 15 peace marches in cities all around the world,
See www.usgreens.org and www.lmno4p.org

For a powerful video from Brazil, see
www.cambito.com.br/paz/no_war.swf

"Now there are two superpowers: the US and the merging voice of the people of the world. All around the world, people are waging peace.  It is nothing short of a  miracle, and it is working - despite what you may see unfolding right now in the  news." - Dr. Robert Muller

 

10 Things You Can Do Right Now, when War has Started
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Email
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Pen
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Signs
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Body
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Mind
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Spirit
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Friends
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Heart
Ten Ways to Stop the War with Your Organization
Ten Ways for the Whole World to Stop the War
One Way to Stop the War for All of Us

Full 17 Page Printable PDF File (48kb)

Guy Dauncey is an author, social inventor and sustainable communities consultant who specializes in developing a positive vision of a post-industrial, environmentally sustainable future, and translating that vision into action.

He is the author of several books, including Stormy Weather : 101 Solutions to Global Climate Change, which won a Nautilus Award at the New York Book Expo in May 2002, and Earthfuture : Stories from a Sustainable World, a book of ecotopian short stories. He is currently working on a new book with Liz Armstrong and Judy Brady, entitled The Cancer Explosion: 101 Solutions to a Preventable Epidemic.

He is the publisher of EcoNews, a monthly newsletter that promotes the vision of a sustainable Vancouver Island, and is currently working on two projects in Tofino, one to build an ecologically designed organic restaurant; the other to build a 46-unit, car-free, passive solar ecovillage. His home page is www.earthfuture.com.