Communalism and Especifismo

An  outlook from Uruguay describes how communalists can engage effectively with social movement groups and popular organizations.

Racism, Not Race: Conversation with Joseph Graves, Jr. and Alan Goodman

Join the Institute for Social Ecology on Wednesday, July 13, at 6pm Eastern Time for a panel discussion with the authors of the new book Racism, Not Race: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions. Register here to attend. The science on race is clear. Common categories like “Black,” “white,” and “Asian” do not represent genetic differences […]

Symbiosis Northeast Regional Gathering in NYC

Participants in the May gathering were united by a strong left-libertarian outlook rooted in municipalism, autonomy and aspirations toward a broadly defined communalist politics.

Register Now: Food & Climate Justice class begins May 12th

Class will run from May 12-June 16, 2022, Thursdays from 1 – 3 PM US Eastern time. Instructors: Grace Gershuny and Brian Tokar, featuring international guests As the world faces intersecting crises of climate, health, and multiple social inequities, movements for climate and food justice are playing a central role toward developing a community-centered grassroots […]

Position available: ISE Program Director

The Institute for Social Ecology is seeking a new Program Director to collaborate with our current staff and board. This position includes a combination of educational programming, organizational administration, promotion/outreach, and public relations. A primary responsibility is to support (and expand) our existing educational programming, including a roster of online courses, one-time events/panels/lectures, in-person (and online) summer […]

Establishing Right Relations: Real Solutions to the Climate Crisis and the 6th Extinction Event

On March 25, 2022, the Institute for Social Ecology hosted a discussion with Tom Goldtooth, Executive Director of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) on how climate change and indigenous self-determination are inter-related. Tom Goldtooth has served as the executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network since 1996. He has been recognized for his achievements over […]