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photo: Belize Beach Sunset, by the author.

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How to Save the World

I keeplooking for good conversation in Belize, but, other than with JoeBageant, I havent found it. Category: Memoirs and Dispatches 9:42:12 PM trackback [] comment [] "Community is Born of Necessity" Joe Bageant, at home in Hopkins, Belize T heabove quote is from Joe Bageants son.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

I keeplooking for good conversation in Belize, but, other than with JoeBageant, I havent found it. Category: Memoirs and Dispatches 9:42:12 PM trackback [] comment [] "Community is Born of Necessity" Joe Bageant, at home in Hopkins, Belize T heabove quote is from Joe Bageants son.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

August 28, 2008 How to Find Community Byron Bay, Australia Caves Branch, Belize The 500sf home above was built using local, healthy, natural materials into a woodland hill in Wales ,is sustainable and energy-efficient, and cost about 1500 hours plus£3000 ($6000).

The Illusion of Community

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The late, great Joe Bageant taught me that “community is born of necessity” He showed me what that meant by telling me the story of the isolated village of Hopkins, Belize (while I was visiting him there).

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

I was privileged to have the opportunity, on only a couple of days notice, and on impulse, to spend last week visiting Belize , the home of essayist, journalist and storyteller extraordinaire Joe Bageant , author of the moving and brilliantly satirical Deer Hunting with Jesus.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

In noparticular order: Nature Coast --Southeastern US Belize -- CentralAmerica Nicoya/Cloud Forest --Costa Rica Almapá --Brasil Curitiba/SantaCatarina -- Brasil Açores --Off Coast of Portugal Esperance -- WesternAustralia Queensland --Northeastern Australia and 10. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works.

Where I Might Be Meant to Live

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Belize -- Central America. BLOG Where I Might Be Meant to Live.

Links for the Week: May 2, 2009

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Learning About Permaculture: Maya Mountain Demonstration Farm permaculture training centre in Belize (thanks to Eric Lilius for the link). BLOG Links for the Week: May 3, 2009. Two weeks' worth of links to catch up with, so descriptions are shorter than usual, and some of the links I'm saving for next week. Surf image by Clark Little -- thanks to Tree. for the link.

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Preparing for Civilization's Collapse: How Do We Create Community?

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Hopkins village in Belize (photo above) where Joe now lives was founded of necessity three hundred years ago when a group of slave ships was shipwrecked and the escapees needed to find a place to live together. BLOG How Do We Create Community?

Starting Over

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BLOG Starting Over. I've always tried to be honest in this blog, but for the past year I've been deliberately vague about some of the details of my life, for personal reasons*. It's reached the point where a certain cognitive dissonance has crept into my writing, and left a lot of readers puzzled.

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These same signs are prevalentin Belize, and I witnessed them all last week, since an election thereis on the horizon. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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How to Save the World

Belize , Costa Rica, and Australia are much more appropriate sites. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works. September 1, 2008 Creating Natural Communities T he chart above is the one from my book Finding the Sweet Spot that describes the process of deciding what you were meant to do for aliving.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

My recent visits to Belize (wonderfully warm, but soon to becomeanother failed state struggling nation), Australia (warm in the moretropical parts, but already environmentally challenged and so very faraway), and New Zealand (delightful, lovely and full of smart,knowledgeable people, but almost as cold as Canada) have persuaded methat the country that I have called home for almost all of my life is,perhaps, not where I or any other human was really meant to live.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

My recent visits to Belize (wonderfully warm, but soon to becomeanother failed state struggling nation), Australia (warm in the moretropical parts, but already environmentally challenged and so very faraway), and New Zealand (delightful, lovely and full of smart,knowledgeable people, but almost as cold as Canada) have persuaded methat the country that I have called home for almost all of my life is,perhaps, not where I or any other human was really meant to live.