In our interdependent and dangerous century, an organic planetary civilization has become both a possibility and a necessity. This essay builds a conceptual framework for understanding the contemporary crisis, envisioning a desirable future, and acting collectively to get there.
What role can theology play in changing how we see nature and each other? A founder of liberation theology discusses the movement's origins and the vital connections between ecology and social justice.
We will need a democratic world government to adequately address shared planetary risks and opportunities in this century. A critical strategic step toward that end would be the formation of a global parliamentary assembly.