Archive for : ' sustainability'

Regenerative Lifestyles: Collaborating with Gaia

First proposed by James Lovelock, The Gaia Hypothesis is the idea that our planet as a whole is a self-regulating complex system that contributes to maintaining the conditions needed for life. This is to say that [...]

Collective Creativity: Bioneers Inspire Global Solutions

A Bioneer is a pioneer for the environment, one who celebrates, honors, and collaborates with the connected web of life that we are part of. The term was coined by the founders of a popular annual [...]

The Future of Cities is Green

We call them concrete jungles, but they don’t need to be. There is good reason that people cluster together in cities, such a dense population and easier access to goods and services. City-dwellers have the potential to be [...]

Seeding Ideas in the Digital Era

How can digital media and social networks mimic natural systems for positive change? Obviously this is a conversation and an exploration that stretches way beyond a short blog, but just as a flower casts a thousand [...]

Sustainable Solutions: Water in the Walls

People who study ecological design and live sustainably off the grid understand the importance of thermal mass for keeping places cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This energy efficient thinking shouldn’t be limited to off-the-grid living [...]

Sustainable Human & The Renewable Energy Revolution

“What happens when an Internet revolution merges with a renewable energy revolution?” -Jeremy Rifkin Facebook sensation, Sustainable Man, continues to release inspiring and educational content. This video, starring Jeremy Rifkin, is no exception. It centers around [...]

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