Here’s an example of existing innovative (on all levels) affordable housing in the Community. Graham Meltzer is a long term Foundation staff member and resident, an architect and builder. To scroll through the pages hover & click at the bottom left corner of the embed. source: The Owner Builder magazine from down under. For more […]
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Ecological footprint: A measure of how much area of biologically productive land and water an individual, population or activity requires to produce all the resources it consumes and to absorb the waste it generates, using prevailing technology and resource management practices. The Ecological Footprint is usually measured in global hectares (gha). Because trade is global, an individual or […]
Resilience is the capacity for adapting to – and surviving – radically changing circumstances. This includes anything from climate change and economic collapse to the threat of international terrorism and pandemic disease. To meet these challenges sustainably, leaders must cultivate three types of resilience. Personal, group and global resilience. Personal On the individual level, resilience […]
Paper for the Living Spirit Conference, University of Surrey, Guildford, England, July 22-24 2002 by Robin Alfred, with Robin Shohet of the Findhorn Consultancy Service Developing Practical Spirituality in the Workplace It seems that all the overripe hierarchies of the world, from corporations to nation states, are in trouble and are calling, however reluctantly, on their […]