Sustainability begins at home…

Linda Hartling reports – Heather Jo Flores is sharing her book for free… „Want to learn how to grow Food Not Lawns? You can read the entire book for free!! Consider it my gift to the community ❤ The book was published in 2006 so there are some hilariously outdated suggestions (start a discussion group„Sustainability begins at home…“ weiterlesen

Australia: Aboriginal protesters defend ancient forest against logging

Georgina Kenyon writes for Deutsche Welle… „The coastal old-growth rainforest is home to a multitude of species, including owls, koalas, bent-wing bats and an endearing, flop-eared possum called the yellow-bellied glider. It is also an important stopover for migrating birds. That this area escaped the wildfires that ravaged 5 million hectares in New South Wales, — including„Australia: Aboriginal protesters defend ancient forest against logging“ weiterlesen

Six ways nature can protect us from climate change

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) offers new insights… The strategy of using nature as a defence against climate impacts is called called ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) – in essence, look after nature and it will look after you. Read more at- https://www.unenvironment.org/news-and-stories/story/six-ways-nature-can-protect-us-climate-change. Link in Bio. Photo by UN Photo/John Isaac. #change,#example,#Future,#nachCorona,#afterCorona,#Sustainability,UNO,UN,#climatefuture

The Source of Peace: Sultan Somjee illuminates one of the most sought after ideals of humankind

Kimberly McKeil says of the book – „A fascinating new book from Sultan Somjee – an ethnographer and recipient of the United Nations – Unsung Heroes of Dialogue Among Civilizations award for his work facilitating peacemaking during ethnic conflict in Kenya. Ethnographers often become great storytellers. Somjee captivates his reader’s minds and hearts by transporting„The Source of Peace: Sultan Somjee illuminates one of the most sought after ideals of humankind“ weiterlesen

Pedagogies of Cruelty

Cláudio Carvalhaes, Union Theological Seminary, NY writes: "These “new” pedagogies of cruelty appear as a continuation of previous pedagogies of cruelty already normalized in our social living: we have already gotten used to the notion of private property, staggering salary differences, lack of rights for workers, use and abuse of women, the need to be„Pedagogies of Cruelty“ weiterlesen

Growing Better: Ten Critical Transitions to Transform Food and Land Use

The Food and Land Use Coalition writes: "Transforming the world’s food and land use systems is necessary to achieve the targets for climate and sustainable development set out in the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on climate change. The Food and Land Use Coalition (FOLU) was launched in 2017 to catalyse and„Growing Better: Ten Critical Transitions to Transform Food and Land Use“ weiterlesen

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