UNCIVILISATION: The Dark Mountain Network

A space for conversations in a time of global disruption


The Dark Mountain Project began as a manifesto and has branched into a host of further conversations - not least on the Dark Mountain website, in the pages of our books, and at our annual Uncivilisation festivals.

This site  is an adjunct to the main Dark Mountain site. It exists to allow people interested in Dark Mountain's work to get in touch with each other. 

This site is not moderated or overseen by the Dark Mountain team, and we're not responsible for its content - though if we are alerted to anything illegal, nasty or provocative we will act on it. 

If you have any problems, or you want to contact the Dark Mountain Project's curators, please  email info@dark-mountain.net.



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Posted by Christine Rossi on July 8, 2014 at 3:10 0 Comments

A prayer a soft tear 


a tome to the beauty of a bee seeking

nectar in the garden...…


What to think about giving up hope?

Posted by Steve Thorp on July 7, 2014 at 21:30 3 Comments

I’ve been thinking a lot about hope recently – particularly in the context of the inevitability that faces us. (We’ll be talking a lot about this at the Soul Makers Gathering in September, and my good friend David Hicks will be leading a…


Ecologicial Science of Human Population Dynamics/Overpopulation

Posted by Steven Earl Salmony on July 4, 2014 at 12:41 0 Comments

We can see and generally agree about what is happening on Earth. Can we focus for a moment on, "Why it is happening?" Under no circumstances can it ever be correct for scientists to consciously censor naturally persuasive scientific research with extraordinary explanatory power just because the new evidence is unforeseen and unwelcome. Our unwillingness to accept what science discloses to us about our di…

Slow Farming

Posted by Brian Miller on June 29, 2014 at 19:05 0 Comments

Slow Farming

“These were all manufactured so that a man with a little common sense could repair them.” We were walking the rows of horse-drawn equipment at an estate auction in Dayton, Tennessee. The comment was made by a neatly dressed farmer from central Georgia. Horse-drawn equipment (and farm equipment in general), though frequently ingenious in design, is straightforward. As the man pointed out, “No need to call an IT center in India.”

I’m sure someone has used the phrase…


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