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Ragged Sustainability

The idea of sustainability is being explored and mapped in the Ragged University as something which includes both common sense and developing understandings of the interconnected nature of our lives, communities and the world we live in:

 

  • food sharing
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    Food Sharing by Jess Acton
    20th July 2015
    Sustainability
    Food is a vital part of our lives. Nutritious and healthy food maintains, nourishes...
  • palm oil
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    Palm Oil: The Good, The Bad and the Downright Ugly! by Faith Canter
    25th August 2013
    Eclectic Articles, Sustainability
    These days most people have heard of palm oil, even if it’s just to...
  • Fine wine laid down in cellars
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    Fine Wine, Future Generations And Notions Of Sustainability by Susan Brown
    17th November 2015
    Sustainability
    There is a lot of discussion of the term ‘sustainability’ and numerous definitions of...
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    Living a Less Toxic life by Faith Canter
    13th October 2013
    Eclectic Articles, Sustainability
    We all know deep down that a lot of what we do, use and...
  • eco scepticism
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    Responding to Climate Change Scepticism by Demian Natakhan
    25th August 2012
    Eclectic Articles, Sustainability
    After offering to give a talk in Edinburgh's Ragged University programme,  I have been...
  • Ragged Sustainability
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    Sustainability Education: A Brief Introduction by Susan Brown
    26th October 2015
    Sustainability
    A warm welcome to this sustainability education blog written in association with the Ragged...

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