Public Lab: a DIY environmental science community. Is Sustainable Blogging an Oxymoron? - Zemanta - Trusted Content Discovery. In the past 10 years I’ve had 5 (I think) different blogs, not all at the same time.
I seem to start a blog, whether it’s personal or business-related, update it for a period and then just disconnect it. The average age of each of my deceased blogs was like my romantic relationships, some were done in just a few days, some lasted a year or more. Tool for sustainable blogging Few weeks back, Zemanta introduced a new project called Blogspire, which is currently in beta – a tool for sustainable blogging. Sustainable blogging, of course, what a concept! Political scientists, agriculture experts, activists and economists have been talking about the sustainable development for a long time.
What is a blog’s average life expectancy? What do you want to get out of your blog? How many times is too many times? I stopped blogging so many times mostly because I couldn’t sustain it. What is your opinion on sustainable blogging? Comprehensive tips for energy savings in the home. TM) Population and Sustainability. Ecosustainable Links - Eco Sustainable Gateway & Resources. EMagazine.com. Iroquois Constitution. 1.
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Global Resource Bank/English. Knowledge systems for sustainable development. Author Affiliations Communicated by Susan Hanson, Clark University, Worcester, MA, March 7, 2003 (received for review February 25, 2003) Abstract The challenge of meeting human development needs while protecting the earth's life support systems confronts scientists, technologists, policy makers, and communities from local to global levels.
Many believe that science and technology (S&T) must play a more central role in sustainable development, yet little systematic scholarship exists on how to create institutions that effectively harness S&T for sustainability. This study suggests that efforts to mobilize S&T for sustainability are more likely to be effective when they manage boundaries between knowledge and action in ways that simultaneously enhance the salience, credibility, and legitimacy of the information they produce. Earlier work on the determinants of effective scientific advice in the environmental arena has established three points of departure for the work reported here.
Sustainability Indicators: Measuring the Immeasurable? - Simon Bell, Stephen Morse. The Principles of Sustainability - Simon Dresner. Weak Versus Strong Sustainability: Exploring The Limits Of Two Opposing ... - Eric Neumayer. Sustainability science: The emerging research program. The last decade has witnessed the emergence of an array of increasingly vibrant movements to harness science and technology (S&T) in the quest for a transition toward sustainability.
These movements take as their point of departure a widely shared view that the challenge of sustainable development is the reconciliation of society's development goals with the planet's environmental limits over the long term. In seeking to help meet this sustainability challenge, the multiple movements to harness science and technology for sustainability focus on the dynamic interactions between nature and society, with equal attention to how social change shapes the environment and how environmental change shapes society. Pursuing happiness: The architecture of sustainable change.
Multi-Stakeholder Processes for Governance and Sustainability: Beyond ... - Minu Hemmati, Felix Dodds, Jasmin Enayati. Valuing the Future: Economic Theory and Sustainability - G. M. Heal. Toward a “theoretical toolbox” for sustainability research in marketing. Critical Perspectives on Accounting - An Account of Sustainability: Failure, Success and a Reconceptualization. Sustainability: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences.
The New Knowledge Management: Complexity, Learning, and Sustainable Innovation - Mark W. McElroy. Bending the Curve: Toward global sustainability. The Academy of Management Executive (1993-2005), Vol. 17, No. 2 (May, 2003), pp. 56-69. System Innovation and the Transition to Sustainability: Theory, Evidence and ... - Boelie Elzen, Frank W. Geels, Ken Green. Social Justice Can Support Sustainability. New Science, New Approaches to Population and the Environment SOURCE: flickr.com/worldresourcesinstituteIt's time to have a new conversation about population and the environment—one that is grounded in science and guided by values of human rights, equity, and social justice.
The great population debate has raged for centuries. It usually begins with a dire, Malthusian warning: “The sky is falling! Rapid population growth is the cause!” In 1968, for example, Paul Ehrlich famously declared that “The battle to feed all humanity is over.” Dire warnings like these cue the chorus of population deniers, who assert that growing human numbers pose no problem at all. For some, population denial springs from fear that the Malthusians will trample human rights in their pursuit of lower birthrates. Now the Malthusians and the population deniers are duking it out about climate change. Social Justice and Sustainability. Social Justice and Sustainability Principal Investigator: Professor Andy Dobson.
How many times have you already heard this word today? It’s the kind of word you either love or loathe. Either “sustainability” is something you strongly resonate with, or the overuse of this word irks the piss out of you. When the word came into my consciousness several years ago, it was still a fairly fringe concept. Now, claims of “sustainability” are ubiquitous in our culture. Indeed, the attractive power of a word. Sustainability is an emergent concept in our modern times. Yet, intriguingly, such an abundant word doesn’t have a clear definition.
“Sussing out,” which is English slang, means “to infer or discover; to figure out” or “to size up; study,” according to The Free Dictionary. In addition to cultivating skepticism when “sussing out sustainability,” we should begin to claim ownership, ourselves, over this word. Stresses provoke adaptation. Evolving consciousness, bite by bite.