Let’s not waste the dual crises in Puerto Rico–let’s use them to start the degrowth process.
Earth sends DC residents a final notice.
Erik explores an activist high school in São Paulo, Brazil, where students are activists first, students second.
The University of the District of Columbia is leading the charge in transforming the food system in a city challenged with high levels of poverty, obesity, and population growth.
Erik imagines an eco-engineering high school in Singapore that is training highly moral scientific leaders to guide investigation of the world’s most controversial environmental technologies.
Erik explores a high school in India specializing in training future social entrepreneurs, farmers, and even midwives.
Erik describes a school of the future: one that provides a holistic as well as flood-proof education to its students
What might education look like in 2040 if it were to be truly Earth-centric? That is to say, teaching a deep connection to—and obligation to care for—the planet that sustains us? Over the course of the summer, as I work on the upcoming State of the World 2017: EarthEd: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet, […]
How THOMAS & FRIENDS crept into one boy’s life, and how his father came to terms with it.
Erik Assadourian, co-director of State of the World 2013 and creator of the reality TV show Yardfarmers sat down with Cullen Pope, editor of EATT Magazine, a few weeks back for an interview. We wanted to repost the interview here as Erik offers some insights into his strategy to get us to a more sustainable, […]
Here’s an easy and delicious recipe to make a small batch of jam from fresh fruit–one even your child can help with.
An essay for Adbusters on the need to raise children radically as we spiral toward civilizational collapse.