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10 Components That Successfully Abolished Hierarchy (In 70+ Companies)

I recently flew to Lisbon to participate in a two-day talk and workshop led by Pablo Aretxabala and Jabi Salcedo fromK2K Emocionado. K2K has succes...

It is time to reinvent our organisations!

“Lack of responsibility”, “lack of connection”, “top down” “individual agenda”, “suppression, keeping things in” “anxiety” “slavery”.


Re-balancing company ownership through guardian shares

As a general rule, ownership brings responsibility. If you own a car that pollutes, or a dog that injures another creature, you can be…


1.9 billion people at risk from mountain water shortages, study shows

Rising demand and climate crisis threaten entire mountain ecosystem, say scientists

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A Taxonomy For LAOs: Making Sense of the Emerging LAO Ecosystem

Interest in LAOs has been growing. We unpack why LAOs are useful and provide an overview of the types of LAOs that likely will be created…

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How big are the fires burning on the east coast of Australia? Interactive map

The scale of the bushfires burning in eastern Australia can be hard to grasp. This interactive map shows the total area burned overlaid on differen...

Church's nativity scene depicts Jesus, Mary, and Joseph as a family separated at the border

"In the Claremont United Methodist Church nativity scene this Christmas, the Holy Family takes the place of the thousands of nameless families sepa...

Finland anoints Sanna Marin, 34, as world's youngest serving prime minister

Former transport minister is country’s youngest leader ever and third female PM

Supercharge your community governance & coordinate globally with Open Enterprise on Ethereum Mainnet

Coordination problems are at the core of our inability to address humanity’s greatest challenges. Currently, our efforts to construct effective res...

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'Now Let's Do This Everywhere': Kansas City, Missouri Approves Free Public Transit for All

Measure championed as "visionary" way to reduce inequality and better serve everyone in the community.

Amazon indigenous leaders killed in Brazil drive-by shooting

Gunmen opened fire on a group from the Guajajara tribe on a highway in Maranhão state, killing two and wounding others

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Australia’s civil rights rating downgraded as report finds world becoming less free

CIVICUS Monitor finds that in Asia almost nobody lives in a country where civil rights are not being eroded or repressed

Beyond Politics? The Limits of Extinction Rebellion’s Strategy Are Beginning to Show

Extinction Rebellion’s protests against Labour during the election campaign might come across as mind-boggling – but it should come as no surprise,...

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Climate change is forcing 20 million people a year from their homes, Oxfam says

Internal displacements due to climate-related extreme weather events are soaring, with those in poorer countries more at risk.

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2050 is too late – we must drastically cut emissions much sooner

At current rates of reduction, the UK's fair carbon budget will be spent in just four years' time.


Victoria Falls dries to a trickle after worst drought in a century

One of southern Africa’s biggest tourist attractions has seen an unprecedented decline this dry season, fuelling climate change fears

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9 climate tipping points pushing Earth to the point of no return

From the Arctic to the Amazon, there’s a growing threat of irreversible changes to the climate system, says a group of scientists.

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Leading scientists condemn political inaction on climate change as Australia 'literally burns'

Climate experts ‘bewildered’ by government ‘burying their heads in the sand’, and say bushfires on Australia’s east coast should be a ‘wake-up call’

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Oceans losing oxygen at unprecedented rate, experts warn

Sharks, tuna, marlin and other large fish at risk from spread of ‘dead zones’, say scientists

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Australia fires: blazes 'too big to put out' as 140 bushfires rage in NSW and Queensland

Bureau forecasts heatwave while fire authorities say dozens of fires will burn across Australia for weeks

A Decade of The Tories.

Boris is not to be trusted! For info and tickets to see Jonathan Pie FAKE NEWS: 2020 go to

Swap My Vote | Don’t just wait for electoral reform - make your vote count this December 12th

Make votes matter! Swap yours with someone in a constituency where both could count for more. You get to vote for who you really want, and help som...

Andrew Neil Interviews: Boris Johnson invited to attend

“It is not too late. We have an interview prepared. Oven-ready, as Mr Johnson likes to say.” Andrew Neil challenges Boris Johnson to commit to an ...

Land for the Many

This independent report commissioned by the Labour Party aims to put land where it belongs: at the heart of political debate.


About Source

The Source Principles presented here are based on ongoing research carried out by Peter Koenig. The source principles Introduction How initiatives ...

Should You Be Worried About Sydney's Apocalyptic Smoke?

Sydney is currently experiencing its worst air pollution on record. A spate of bushfires across the state has left the city shrouded in a dense lay...

Plastic pollution kills half a million hermit crabs on remote islands

Experts fear species decline after huge number of deaths on Henderson and Cocos

Britain's six richest people are as wealthy as the poorest 13 million

For many of us, it’s hardly news that billionaires have far too much money. A new study by Equality Trust has proved the massive disparity between ...

Plastic waste from Western countries is poisoning Indonesia

Waste from Australia, Europe and North America is causing health problems and contaminating local food chains in Southeast Asia.

Electoral reform 'dangerously absent' from debate, say campaigners

Constitutional convention could help arrest democratic decay, group says

Russia arrests conman who built fake border with Finland

Guards detain man who took thousands from migrants before leading them on bogus journey into what they thought was EU

This tech company is aiming to plant 500 billion trees by 2060 – using drones

The drones can plant 120 seedpods per minute. The goal is to plant 500 billion trees by 2060.

We need to halve emissions by 2030. They rose again in 2019.

And greenhouse gases will continue to climb until nations collectively commit to much more aggressive action.

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The end of placeboes is in sight

For over a century, placebo trials have been the best way to test new and experimental drugs. But now clever maths and real-world data is letting u...

Extinction Rebellion protester glues himself to Lib Dem battlebus

Activist dressed as insect targets battlebus as XR tries to push environment up agenda

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Climate models have accurately predicted global heating, study finds

Findings confirm reliability of projections of temperature changes over last 50 years

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Climate debate: how party manifestos measure up on climate change and nature

Greenpeace policy experts have ranked the party manifestos and other climate and nature election commitments to reveal how serious they are.

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To disrupt the flow of carbon into the atmosphere, we must disrupt the flow of money to coal, oil and gas

Very interesting New Yorker article from the veteran US climate campaigner Bill McKibben, the pioneer of the university disinvestment campaigns. H...

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Climate disasters have forced more than 20 million people a year to flee homes in decade, study finds

Catastrophes such as floods, cyclones and fires caused by the climate crisis have driven millions of people from their homes every year for a decad...

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Drone images show Greenland ice sheet becoming more unstable as it fractures

The world's second-largest ice sheet, and the single largest contributor to global sea-level rise, is potentially becoming unstable because of frac...


The ‘Amazon effect’ is flooding a struggling recycling system with cardboard

After China’s recycling ban, more cardboard could end up in landfills.


World must stop ‘war against nature’, says UN chief

The UN secretary general has warned that the planet is close to “the point of no return” and branded global efforts to combat climate change “utter...

climate change

Revealed: 'monumental' NSW bushfires have burnt 20% of Blue Mountains world heritage area

More than 10% of forest in NSW national parks destroyed by fire this season, with the damage to Gondwana rainforest a ‘global tragedy’


At least 135,000 children in Britain will be homeless at Christmas

Housing charity Shelter estimates on average 183 children lose their homes per day

Rural revolt: The independent rebellion threatening Tory Devon

A local campaigner called Claire Wright is fighting to end Tory rule in East Devon after 150 years, having turned the safe seat marginal over the l...


Child life expectancy projections cut by years

Children born this year expected to live shorter lives than previously thought, say official stats.

UK general election 2019: Where the parties stand on drug policy

With less than three weeks until the general election on 12 December, most of the main UK political parties have now published their manifestos. We...

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Earth close to 'point of no return' with climate change, UN secretary general warns

The UN secretary general has warned that the planet is close to “the point of no return” and branded global efforts to combat climate change “utter...

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Growing Up Poor: The family living off a food bank

"We try not to eat a lot in one day, even though most of us are really hungry." Almost 1 in 3 children in the UK are now growing up poor, like Cam...

What Are You Shopping For?

In our Weekend Reader newsletter,'s Sam Littlefair looks at a different kind of consumerism.

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Climate change making it harder to produce viable seeds, scientists say

Global hunger and malnutrition are on the rise, as are temperatures and water shortages. Humanity must adapt crops to the changing climate by breed...

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Here's the evidence we're headed for a climate crisis tipping point

A thawing Antarctica, a transforming Amazon, and other devastating changes may be more likely than scientists previously believed

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Inside Momentum's data-driven march to put Corbyn in Number 10

The pro-Corbyn group has spent two years honing its campaigning technology. Will it be enough to make Corbyn prime minister?


Brexit Party chairman left speechless after being mocked by Nicola Sturgeon during BBC debate

Friday night saw the latest round of televised debates for the general election as members of all of Britain's major political parties attempted to...

Boris Johnson's election lead halved putting UK in 'hung parliament territory', latest poll reveals

The Conservative lead in the general election campaign has been more than halved in just one week, putting the UK in “hung parliament territory”, a...

You Are More Than a Consumer

Over the next several weeks, marketers (and even society) will convince you to become a consumer once again.

Climate change activism ‘reducing mental health symptoms among young people’

Climate change activism is reducing symptoms of mental ill-health among young people, headteachers and psychotherapists have said.   People are inc...

climate change

The Amazon rainforest fires are ‘melting glaciers over a thousand miles away'

Fires in the Amazon rainforest are melting glaciers in the Andes more than 1,000 miles away, according to new research. A study has found soot from...

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Earth may have already hit climate change 'tipping point' leading to catastrophic domino effect that threatens civilisation's existence

We may have already pushed our planet beyond several tipping points and towards a scenario where the Earth begins “self amplifying” global warming ...

climate change

UK general election 2019: Where the parties stand on drug policy

With less than three weeks until the general election on 12 December, most of the main UK political parties have now published their manifestos. We...

Labour Green Party

Why we should be far more afraid of climate tipping points

Scientists argue we may cross the point of no return for some ecosystems in a little more than a decade.

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How to Practice Sympathetic Joy

Christiane Wolf on how to multiply the joy in your life with mudita — delight in the happiness of others.


Berlin renters organize to expropriate the mega-landlords

Berlin’s spatial dynamics and organized working class show how to secure liveable spaces and combat the financial nature of housing: socialize them.

A late surge in registrations hints at a general election youthquake

Huge numbers of young people registered to vote in the last few hours before the deadline closed ahead of the general election on December 12

Climate emergency: world 'may have crossed tipping points’

Warning of ‘existential threat to civilisation’ as impacts lead to cascade of unstoppable events

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UN issues 'bleak' warning that countries must increase carbon-cutting aims five fold to avoid climate chaos

Countries have procrastinated for too long and will need to increase their carbon-cutting efforts five fold to avoid climate chaos, the UN has warn...

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Taiwan is making democracy work again. It's time we paid attention

Social media has opened up vast social divisions and brought democracy to its knees. In Taiwan, the people are fighting back

Our chance to avoid extreme warming is slipping away

Nations are still pumping out more climate pollution despite their commitment to slashing emissions under the Paris climate agreement, according to...

climate change

Parts of England 'have higher mortality rates than Turkey'

Thinktank finds regional divides in UK are among worst in developed countries

How Your Negative Emotions Can Literally Make You Sick

The opposite is true, too: Positive feelings promote physical wellness

One-off ketamine dose may reduce heavy drinking, say scientists

Drug could ‘rewrite’ memories to help those struggling to reduce their consumption

'Everything Is Not Fine': Nobel Economist Calls on Humanity to End Obsession With GDP

"If we measure the wrong thing," warns Joseph Stiglitz, "we will do the wrong thing."

‘But How Is Labour Going to Pay for That?’ to Answer Effectively We Must Talk Politics, Not Economics

How should we answer the question that haunts the Labour party? Politically, on our own terms and by rooting it in peoples’ lived experience, argue...

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UN warns greenhouse gas levels hit record high 'with no sign of slowdown'

Levels of atmospheric greenhouse gases have reached another record high, “with no sign of a slowdown, let alone a decline”, the World Meteorologica...

WeChat keeps banning Chinese Americans for talking about Hong Kong

The Chinese government is censoring WeChat users in the United States.

Indian states must provide clean air and water or pay damages, supreme court rules

Judges give state governments six weeks to explain why they should not be held accountable for pollution failures


On the doorstep, Labour faces the question: who do you speak for?

A ‘lads’ army’ is taking the fight to the Tories but are these foot soldiers connecting in the party’s traditional areas?


Tory minister caught out as key NHS election pledge is torn to shreds on live TV

One of Boris Johnson’s key manifesto pledges was torn apart on live TV this morning. The prime minister promised “50,000 more nurses” in the Conser...

Stormzy backs Labour in election with call to end austerity

Top grime MC and other artists write letter encouraging people to register to vote


The big tactical voting comparison | General Election 2019

Hong Kong voters deliver landslide victory for pro-democracy campaigners

Carrie Lam says she will ‘listen humbly’ after almost 90% of district council seats go to pro-democracy candidates

'Allow no escapes': leak exposes reality of China's vast prison camp network

Documents confirm operational details of largest mass incarceration of an ethnic-religious minority since second world war

The Future of the Emerge Podcast

A solo episode where Daniel shares his vision for the next turn in the inquiry of the Emerge podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.f...

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The climate crisis is forcing us to drastically rethink our toilets

With the UK expected to suffer from water shortages by 2050, toilet manufacturers are turning to low-water alternatives. But do people really want ...

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Harvard and Yale students disrupt football game for fossil fuel protest

Students began campaigning in 2012 for both universities to stop investing in oil and gas companies that contribute to climate crisis

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Massive Mildura dust storm leaves Victorian town 'unliveable' amid 40C heat

Residents say such storms now occur on a weekly basis, as topsoil from drought-ravaged farms is blown through the town

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People are being clickbaited into registering to vote and it's absolute genius

Look, we all know trying to convince people to register to vote is tough. Sometimes you just have to get creative.  That's what people are doing ov...

How mindfulness privatised a social problem

The £3.4trn industry encourages a preoccupation with the symptoms of mental illness, rather than their social causes.


A Second Green MP?

Today I was in Bristol canvassing for and interviewing Carla Denyer, the Green Party candidate for Bristol West.

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Extinction Rebellion: We Need To Talk About The Future

Extinction Rebellion needs to become a movement that talks about justice. It needs to change — and it needs to change now.

Extinction Rebellion climate change @Medium

On Bolivia: Four Provocations for the International Left

The fall of the last surviving leader of the "pink tide" is a true moment of reckoning for progressives worldwide... After President Evo Morales' r...

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