These three blogs are all about changing our world for the better.

First up, because it has the biggest agenda, is On The Commons. This blog covers the whole of our social lives from the perspective of what we share – rather than private ownership. It is biased to the US in its coverage. Consistently well written and clearly argued. If you want a place to go to get a broad view of a better way to live, this blog would be a good place to start.

The single biggest and most urgent issue facing our planet (and all us inhabitants of it) in my view is climate change a.k.a. global warming. (If you have any time for the climate change deniers reading Tim Lambert’s Deltoid blog about the antics of the deniers should cure you of it.) There is a good blog called Fight Global Warming. It has links to the science and also has practical suggestions for what to do. It is a great place to start to change what you do to help save our planet.

Finally at a smaller level is Coffee Kids: Supporting Coffee Communities to Support the Coffee Industry. This is not just about providing a good price for the coffee, or about just conditions. It is about working at the village level to decrease reliance on coffee as the sole crop: to give a wider economic base to the villages. This seems a very worthwhile and important initiative to me.

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2 Comments to “Great Blogs about Social Change (making utopia real #3)”

  1. Hey Evan I stopped by to see what you were up to. I’ll check out the blogs you recommend but I’ve learned to walk away form the global warming deniers. They don’t seem to have enough grey matter to present a cogent argument.

  2. Evan says:

    Hope you like the blogs. I agree about the climate deniers!

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