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Worldwide, communities and initiatives spring up who transition to a culture of strong sustainability and harmony with the natural world. What is it that makes them tick?
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The Green Changemakers: The New Facts of Life

The Green Changemakers: The New Facts of Life | Transition Culture | Scoop.it

In the coming decades, the survival of humanity will depend on our ecological literacy – our ability to understand the basic principles of ecology and to live accordingly. This means that ecoliteracy must become a critical skill for politicians, business leaders, and professionals in all spheres, and should be the most important part of education at all levels – from primary and secondary schools to colleges, universities, and the continuing education and training of professionals.

 

http://www.ecoliteracy.org/essays/new-facts-life

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TEDxConcordia - Michelle Holliday - The Pattern of Living Systems

Michelle Holliday challenges us to see what the pattern of living systems reveals about the future of humanity. 

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The Tipu Ake Lifecycle - An organic Leadership Model for Innovative Organisations

The Tipu Ake Lifecycle - An organic Leadership Model for Innovative Organisations | Transition Culture | Scoop.it

Self help tools that nurture growth by using Living Systems Thinking in Organisations and Communities. Tipu Ake is an organic project model that helps us operate in a world of complexity, chaos, interdependency and ambiguity. It is a cyclic behavioural model that can help any innovative organisation, community, project, group, team, or even a family or individual that needs to make new things happen. It is at the the roots of lifelong learning. Tipu Ake is a form of Biomimicry - Learning to thrive in a world of complexity and inter-dependence by taking lessons from Nature

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