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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:

 

  • Field Vole
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    Midsommer Murders: Nature Notes From Tom Breheny
    30th August 2018
    Sustainability
    By the side of Blackford Pond I watched a tiny field vole scoot across...
  • Future cities
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    Green Spaces And The ‘Good’ Citizen by Susan Brown
    16th May 2016
    Poverty, Sustainability
    In a previous post,  I talked about the role of imagination and curiosity in...
  • 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...
  • Shahid Khan portrait
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    An Interview With A Development Worker: Shahid Khan
    2nd July 2015
    Eclectic Articles, Interviews, Poverty, Ragged Podcasts, Sustainability
    Shahid Khan is the founder and CEO of the Indus Earth Trust, a development...
  • Millenium-Seed-Bank
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    The Benefits of Seed Banking, and Seed Conservation in Action in Islands of the Mediterranean Basin by Sarah Hansen
    19th September 2014
    Eclectic Articles, Sustainability
    Plants play a critical role in maintaining life on this planet. They sit at...
  • biodiversity
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    The Importance of Biodiversity and the role of Biodiversity Partnerships by Dennis Dick
    26th January 2014
    Eclectic Articles, Sustainability
    Biodiversity is very dry word and can be quite intimidating to many people. The...

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