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6 days ago

Online Transformative Learning: the project is taking off. As of today, 26 registrations to be part of our community of experimenters this year. legacy17.org/ontl/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Just imagine: the role of business is “to create conditions for life to thrive”. And to actually earn the Swedish name for the business sector, “näringslivet”. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Online Transformative Learning. A great kick-start for our experimental program today. After harvesting comments we celebrated at a virtual pub, the Wonder-Bar. Big thanks to all (ca 25) who participated, look forward to meeting more on 23 November. Let us know if you haven't yet received an invitation to experiment with us, and would like one. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

The world is full of good solutions ripe for scaling up - or scaling out. Here's an important one: #food and #agriculture are at the heart of any #sustainable development. #SDGs. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

This article is an amazing resource, not only for journalists but for anyone seriously interested in bringing dead land back to life. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Inspired by a mushroom?Australia is getting a 30-story apartment building that's covered in 1,000 trees and 20,000 native plants! It'll be the world's greenest residential building with 392 homes, a two-level rooftop garden AND a public park! The building's green facade helps keep temps cool in the city and offers an oasis for plants, insects and birds in urban areas where natural space is limited. @koichitakadaarchitects is using recycled and locally sourced materials to construct the urban forest building, scheduled to be complete in Brisbane in 2024. Let's bring nature back into cities!📸 @koichitakadaarchitects via IGFrom Waste-Ed ... See MoreSee Less
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