How a Pencil Proves our Indisputable Interconnectedness

By E.L. Jayne Our interconnectedness and reliance on other human beings is taken for granted lately. It seems as if people only want to surround themselves with other like-minded people. This is profoundly dangerous. How a Pencil Proves our Indisputable Interconnectedness

Caring, Not Competing. The meaning and relevance of indigenous economic theory

Ronald L. Trosper enlightens us on a new, old path… In an era of growing inequality and political unrest, the principles of an indigenous economic theory need articulation and exploration. The integrity of traditional economic systems can guide Native nations as they work to build healthier societies. The model of the canoe might have something„Caring, Not Competing. The meaning and relevance of indigenous economic theory“ weiterlesen

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

Flying River, the Amazon

Dan Baron presents a Video- In the middle of the pandemic, on this 5th of June, we launch our bilingual video ‚Rio Voador‘ (Flying River), to celebrate World Environment Day, in search of Good Living for all! Enjoy, socialize and take care of life! See the work here: https://youtu.be/Dm2-rsgNQ98 #Amazon #indigenous #change #aftercorona

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

Global farm subsidies are driving the climate crisis and destruction of wildlife

Damian Carrington Environment editor at the Guardian writes: „…trillion dollars of public funding is available and is a massive, massive lever to incentivise the farming community across the world to act differently.” Read More at- – https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/sep/16/1m-a-minute-the-farming-subsidies-destroying-the-world #nachcorona #aftercorona #change #Future #ecology Picture: ‘remarkable’ return of forests in Costa Rica, the report says, followed the„Global farm subsidies are driving the climate crisis and destruction of wildlife“ weiterlesen

Corona makes change easier. Digniworld says: do it now!

Ullrich Fichtner author of ‚The Spiegel‘ title story- – „Even before the arrival of COVID-19, humanity found itself stuck in several crises at once. The current shock delivered by the coronavirus could accelerate a paradigm shift that was already underway. It may result in a better and more sustainable world.“ Digniworld says: may? Must! Read„Corona makes change easier. Digniworld says: do it now!“ weiterlesen

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