Mindfulness and Sustainability

The Green Changemakers

At first glance mindfulness and sustainability might not seem to be that connected. An interesting study in Social Indicators Research from Jacob, Jovic, and Brinkerhoff point out that mindfulness and sustainability are actually connected. What''s good for you is good for the planet." Kjell points out that the key factors in sustainability research, such as interdependence, community health, and balanced adaptive processes, are also key factors in well-being research.

Sustainability is destroying the Earth

The Green Changemakers

“Very provocative article that make us question what sustainability is really about and what alternatives we actually need to create different systems. Enjoy!” ~ Mabel Don’t talk to me about sustainability. I refuse to sustain the monster. What is it we are trying to sustain?

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Smart by Nature

The Green Changemakers

Smart by Nature is based on four guiding principles: Nature is our teacher; Sustainability is a community practice; The real world is the optimal learning environment; Sustainable living is rooted in a deep knowledge of place.

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Could Mindfulness hold the key to unlock a sustainable future?

The Green Changemakers

Posted by sdreyerleon in Uncategorized July 6, 2011 Educating for Sustainability: A Mindfulness Practice! During the interview, Thich Nhat Hanh says something that cuts to the heart of what I see as the relationship between mindfulness and sustainability.

The 2011 Edition of the Journal of Sustainability Education

The Green Changemakers

Her impressive accomplishments and the examples she brings to the interview are a must-read of inspiration for anyone involved with sustainability education. Show that your company or institution educates for sustainability. Sustainable-development Research Education

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Seeing cities as the environmental solution, not the problem

The Green Changemakers

But we make that mistake at our – and the planet’s – peril. The increased development and maintenance of strong, sustainable cities and towns will not happen without a concerted effort. This is the first in a series of posts that will introduce NRDC’s agenda for sustainable communities.