For authors and their reader-communities, has conventional book publishing become obsolete or at least grossly inefficient and overpriced?
Agriculture has had to continually adapt to sustain the rising population with enough food.
Limitations of natural resource and cost
What might an economy with a future look like?
— This is a node I have created on the debategraph map of the Pattern Language Project which describes the dynamic phenomena that appear under non equilibrium economics. Below is an abstract/summary from W. Brian Arthur Complexity Economics: a different framework for economic thought pp 9-11. This paper provides an interesting perspective and some very…
The GNH Index is a measure of overall well-being within the Asian country of Bhutan.
Sustainability and equitability are the two basic elements that keep coming up everywhere
Industrial production can lead to pollution of the environment without the knowledge of those who are affected.
Rice was domesticated thousands of years ago and since then has become one of the most important crops in the world.
How and where does systemic change manifest? How does it unfold? What are the leverage points, the forces and dynamics at play?
What we strive to hold, share and take care of in common.
We live in a world in which all people and nature are part of an integrated whole. Therefore, the more we empower one another and nature to flourish – without causing harm – the more we create an all-win universe.`
Principle #1: Non discriminatory access to resources