We believe in the power of stories to help support an ethic of care for each other and the Earth. In an era of immense environmental destruction, fueled by finite and faltering narratives of progress and power, we look to stories that reveal the emerging connections between ecology, culture, and spirituality. Through Emergence Magazine, Kalliopeia is committed to creating a space where these stories can be shared, voices can be heard, and new ideas can be discovered.
What we need is a great, powerful, tremulous falling back in love with our old, ancient, primordial Beloved, which is the Earth herself.”
Jim Enote, a traditional Zuni farmer and director of the A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center, is working with Zuni artists to create maps that bring an Indigenous voice and perspective back to the land, countering Western notions of place and geography and challenging the arbitrary borders imposed on the Zuni world.Watch the film
Widening Circles: An Interview with Joanna Macy
In this interview, Buddhist eco-philosopher and author Joanna Macy discusses her life and work. From her anti-nuclear activism in the late ’60s to her work with deep ecology, Joanna expresses the need to live within an ethic of care for the Earth.Listen to the podcast
As Singapore dredges sand out from beneath Cambodia’s mangrove forests, an ecosystem, a communal way of life, and one woman’s relationship to her beloved home are faced with the threat of erasure.Watch the film
Corn Tastes Better on the Honor System
Following a nine-thousand-year journey, Robin Wall Kimmerer reflects on the ancient technology embedded in our relationship with maize, recalling that a grinding stone, an irrigation system, and an ear of corn are also technology.Open experience