Monthly Archives: May 2013

A tipping point for sustainability

Could this be one of the key important concept diagrams for sustainability and environmental impact? ‘Restorative sustainability’ in one simple graphic. This brilliant  slide came to my attention via a @melanieloftus tweeted picture  taken during Jason McLennan’s presentation, Mind the Gap at the … Continue reading

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Sustainable futures require collective power of unconventional partnerships

Early today I came across this excellent quote* from Hannah Jones, Nike’s global head of sustainability and innovation: “We believe that the innovations required to create the future won’t come from a single source. Not from science. Not from technology. … Continue reading

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Feel no guilt in laughter …

Feel no guilt in laughter, I know how much you care. Feel no sorrow in a smile that I am  not there to share. You cannot grieve forever; I would not want you to. I hope that you could carry … Continue reading

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my shared links over the last week (May 12th)

Experimenting with a round up of key links shared via twitter over last few days, brought together by Rebel Mouse.

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Architects and Green Deal: greater ability to improve public health than medical professionals

‘Architects have a greater ability to improve public health than medical professionals’ A provocative statement  made by physician Dr. Claudia Miller, assistant dean at the University of Texas School of Medicine, at a recent  healthy building materials panel moderated and … Continue reading

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