Philosophy and science of change Brendan Montague | 3rd July 2019 Philosophical tools have an urgent practical application as we develop a theory of change appropriate to the scale of climate crisis. Eating in the Symbiocene Glenn Albrecht | 13th May 2019 Intensive agriculture's role in the destruction of symbiosis is well-documented and cannot be ignored any longer. Building connection amid climate breakdown Max St John | 7th May 2019 Learning to work through our panic around climate change is critical if we want to build a world that escapes the trap of consumerism. Needs to the left, needs to the right Brendan Montague | 12th April 2019 Outlining a system of needs from both ends of the political spectrum. Needing change, changing needs Brendan Montague | 3rd April 2019 How might a post-capitalist society evolve to meet the needs of humans and the natural world? An introduction to 'ecolocracy' - pt.1 Brendan Montague | 8th March 2019 People who work for organisations that aim to protect nature, can work like nature. Why we need more - and not less Brendan Montague | 4th March 2019 Environmental campaigning has centred on telling people they cannot have what they want - but should instead enhance and elevate human needs. Why we need ‘ecolocracy' - a response Rita Bouchard | 1st March 2019 Humanity has the ability to stop and reflect upon itself and the impact we’ve had on the natural world. A human system of needs Brendan Montague | 22nd February 2019 Humans as systems have complex systems of needs. Can capitalism as a system meet these needs, while also meeting its own systemic needs? Why we need 'ecolocracy' Brendan Montague | 15th February 2019 Ecolocracy is a 'green print' of how to run an organisation based on natural systems. Human need, natural systems and dialectics Brendan Montague | 25th January 2019 Human need is the driver for ecological and social change. How can we use dialectics, and systems theory, to examine need as a concept. On the nature of change: Part II Brendan Montague | 10th December 2018 Why put 'need' at the heart of a philosophy of change?