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Erin Sagen

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Recent:
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Past:
  • YES! Magazine
  • Truthout
  • Resilience.org
  • BillMoyers.com
  • Common Dreams

Past articles by Erin:

With Abortion, We’re More Than Empowered Warriors or Fragile Survivors

Celebrating only “strong” women and nonbinary people doesn’t advance the cause of feminism or gender equality. → Read More

5 Myths We Need to Stop Believing About Mental Illness by Tracy Matsue Loeffelholz and Erin Sagen —

How to reduce stigma in society? Check your facts. → Read More

Why Childbirth and Abortion Are Not Separate Issues

While we debate abortion, women are dying in childbirth. → Read More

The Problem With “Silence Breakers” as TIME’s “Person of the Year” by Erin Sagen —

I decided to search for two words on the article’s web page: “patriarchy” or “misogyny.” Zero results. → Read More

When Buying Nothing Gives You More of Everything

In my community, there are two main gift-economy groups you can join, both with more than 1,000 members and both managed by volunteers. → Read More

When Buying Nothing Gives You More of Everything

A way to get and give free stuff with your neighbors. → Read More

Comic: Why You Should Turn Your Yard Into a Mini-Farm by Jennifer Luxton and Erin Sagen —

Sources: International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Census of Agriculture; U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service; Habitat Network; University of Florida; Texas Commission on Environmental Quality; The Land Institute; University of Minnesota Bee Lab; National Gardening Survey; Fleet Farming. → Read More

A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Broke Off Antarctica. All I Can Think About Is Food

An iceberg the size of Delaware broke loose from Antarctica. But very few are talking about the connection between modern agriculture and emissions. → Read More

A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Broke Off Antarctica and All I Can Think About Is Food

On Wednesday, an iceberg the size of Delaware broke loose from Antarctica and floated into the sea. Researchers, who had been anticipating the breakup since 2014, say that it cannot be attributed to climate change. At least not yet. → Read More

A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Broke Off Antarctica and All I Can Think About Is Food by Erin Sagen —

Climate change is getting worse, and policymakers are ignoring one of the biggest factors. → Read More

Retrofitting Suburbia: Communities Innovate Their Way Out of Sprawl

Saddled with traffic congestion and infrastructural erosion, can suburbia be retrofitted into a sustainable model of development and adapt to a post-oil world? → Read More

Retrofitting Suburbia: Communities Innovate Their Way Out of Sprawl by Erin Sagen —

The future for suburbanites, who now have twice the carbon footprint of city dwellers, seems to be pointing backward to pre-automobile, train-based living. → Read More