If we could slow down the need for speed and efficiency, we could reduce the need for fossil energy.
“Learning about the natural world is one thing. Learning from the natural world—that’s the switch. That’s the profound switch.”
What have we taken for granted the last 50 years in the way we thought about how to counter global warming and increase sustainability? What can we learn from that to NOT do? What can we learn from that to do otherwise? What has been a seemingly ineffective mechanism for change?
We need desperately better strategies to scale up ideas regarding global change and sustainability. We present some.