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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:

 

  • population matters
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    Podcast: Lets Talk About Population Baby! By Brian Chrystal
    21st May 2014
    Ragged Podcasts, Sustainability
    Humanity at present is like lemmings preening there fur coats before going over the...
  • frogspawn
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    Invisible Deserts and Visible Diversity by Susan Brown
    11th September 2016
    Sustainability
    When I was a child I lived near a large pond which backed onto...
  • Pete Wilkinson
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    Podcast: Pete Wilkinson Co-Founder of Greenpeace Talks About His Life
    9th July 2015
    Eclectic Articles, Ragged Podcasts, Sustainability
    I imagine that nearly everyone has heard of Greenpeace.  It is one of the...
  • Steady State Economics
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    How Can Education Help To Shape A Steady State Culture?: A Discussion Paper by Susan Brown
    6th October 2015
    Education, Sustainability
    In 2012 I was asked, to feedback on a draft report by Steady State...
  • David Seagrave at Remade in Edinburgh
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    A Community Vision For A Reuse And Repair Centre By Sophie Unwin
    25th August 2012
    Interesting Projects, Sustainability
    In a community centre in Edinburgh a man is bent over a model railway...
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    Educating For A Better Today: Climate Change In Context - 'The Importance of Sustainability Education’ by Ewan Tennant
    20th November 2017
    Sustainability
    Why is sustainability education important? Let's talk about the obvious first; preserving the future,...

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