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New Vision, Old Realities
By RWaldon
A major and recent development in the province where I live is the Green Energy Act and its supporting regulations and programs. Among its aims are: (1) promoting the development of renewable energy sources that support the elimination of coal-burning power plants, and; (2) greater involvement in th

Welcome June's new NCDD members!
By SandyHeierbacher
Please join me in welcoming June's 20 new NCDD members! Use the search box to connect with them or learn more. Our new organizational members:    1. Tomorrow Makers, Inc. (Contacts: Todd Johnston and Gail Taylor)    2. City of Boroondara in Victori

The Psychology of Social Change
By DSchneider
I've been thinking a lot about (and recently published a book about) the individual psychological factors involved in co-creating a better future. It seems that constructive dialogue about complex issues has become more difficult in our increasingly polarized nation. It is

Too little anger or too much?
By DBoyer
Only a few weeks ago I was thinking about "useful" anger in public discussions, reminding myself that not every discussion is peaches and cream in even tones. Discussion can help people explore their anger and sort out real culprits and causes versus imagined ones. But with each

Welcome to May’s new NCDD members!
By SandyHeierbacher
17 new members joined NCDD last month:  2 organizational members and 15 new individual members (8 dues-paying and 7 non-dues-paying). And 3 of our dues-paying members renewed their memberships (1 organization and 2 individuals)! We post these monthly summaries

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