“Eco” serves as a prefix for many, many words.  As it should.

“Eco” comes from “oikos” (house) spoken by people of Greece starting about 1000 B.C.

There are many eco’s, many houses:





These other things too can be felt as a kind of ecosystem or economy:



Institutions (i.e. school)

Institutions (i.e. school)

But today, Eco–it’s many forms–are in crisis.

This blog explores the experience of the eco as it moves through crisis, as it shifts.

What emerges will be new forms of life and new forms of living.

Make your experience part of our experiment.

ASSUMPTION: it’s already becoming a part of you.


One Response to “*The Eco Crisis*”

  1. Chris Says:

    Hey great blog! I would like to touch base with you about your blog. Please contact me directly at chris@greenpress.com

    Look forward to hearing from you.


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