The Institute for Social Ecology is excited to announce the relaunch of Harbinger: A Journal of Social Ecology. A harbinger is a messenger, or a sign indicating that a major event or change is coming. In recent years the Institute has been energized by a global resurgence of interest in social ecology, municipalism, democratic confederalism, …
Beyond the Local This August, the Institute for Social Ecology cordially invites you to attend our Annual Gathering for a weekend of engaging political discussion, great food, and a chance to socialize with social ecologists and fellow travelers in beautiful Marshfield, Vermont. As our ideas continue to spread and our movements grow, this year’s theme …
Local direct democracy groups across North America are assembling a revolutionary confederation
Our next Social Ecology Intensive will take place June 1st through 5th at the University of British Columbia Farm in Vancouver, B.C.
An article by ISE board member Brian Tokar, featured in the Winter 2018 issue of ROAR Magazine with an overall theme of System Change: “To address the full magnitude of the climate crisis and maintain a habitable planet for future generations we need to shatter the myths of capitalist growth once and for all.”
On the unique relevance of communalism in this historical moment. By Eleanor Finley, originally published by ROAR Magazine.
ISE affiliate Aaron Vansintjan has written an engaging article that analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of two of the most widely discussed political tendencies on the left today, Accelerationism and Degrowth, exploring their political priorities, vision, and blind spots.