We may have been disappointed by the COP 26 meeting in Glasgow. Nonetheless, there is reason for hope in what I'm calling Climate Change 2.0 movements.
Since it is unlikely that the American government will take the lead in addressing our wicked problems, how can civil society do so instead?
The Commons Project is one of the most promising efforts to build community and confront toxic polarization on line.
In the next months, I'll be writing about groups which will be featured in my new book, Connecting the Dots. This one is about one of my favorites, Zebras Unite.