Greer, others speak at London School of Economic Science.
The idea that nothing exists in isolation−but only as part of a system−has long been embedded in folklore, religious scriptures, and common sense.
Building resilience into our food systems is fundamental, if society is to adapt to the consequences of climate change.
What is unique about PatternDynamics is that it combines the patterns of nature with the power of language, to produce a sustainability pattern language.
In what ways can design help people interact with living systems in ways that help both of them thrive?
In ways both scientific and pragmatic, there can be no resilience without transformation.
This post is about the hopeful idea that technology is going to save us from having to adapt to descent. A recent article describes an episode of geopiracy to geoengineer the ocean, so we’re back at climate again, since this example provides particular insights and illustrations into our blindspots about the limits to growth and the limits of technology.