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Flaws of eco-efficiency approach

[I originally posted this to another blog in 2011. Interesting how peak oil isn’t much discussed as an issue any more] When less is not more The low carbon economy promotes eco-efficiency: using fewer resources, releasing less pollution, having a less negative impact. … Continue reading

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Humans – technology – nature

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Exploring the literature on the relationship between humans, technology and nature, I found various differing views that highlight the complexity of this relationship. I’ll be writing more about these topics as my PhD progresses. You might like to read this … Continue reading

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How does nature do resilience? And who/what is the mycelium of Manchester?

At the All About Audiences conference in April this year, I delivered a workshop on organisational and personal resilience. I defined resilience as ‘maintaining function in light of a disturbance‘, where the disturbance for organisations is anything that causes a … Continue reading

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