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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:

 

  • 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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    Rajasthan's Thar Desert and its Environment by Bob Cranwell
    7th January 2020
    Sustainability
    Much of Northern India is made up of huge deposits of alluvium, extending to...
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    Unpacking Positives: International Panel on Climate Change Special Report 1.5 Degrees by Prof Kevin Anderson
    25th November 2018
    Poverty, Ragged Podcasts, Sustainability
        This is an audio recording of the talk which Prof Kevin Anderson gave at...
  • 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...
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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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    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...

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