• Posts Tagged ‘environment’

    Global Hive: What The Bee Crisis Teaches Us About Building a Sustainable World

    by  • 2 July 2019 • Extract, Philosophy of the Natural World • 0 Comments

    In Global Hive Horst Kornberger explores the lack of joined-up thinking in our society through the lens of the bee crisis, and encourages us to think about how, through our own choices, we can build a more sustainable world. Here, we share an extract from the book in which Kornberger begins his rallying cry...

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    New Year, New You: Simon Robinson and Maria Moraes Robinson discuss Holonomics and Balanced Scorecard

    by  • 29 January 2015 • Alternative Business and Economics • 0 Comments

    All through January, here on the Floris Blog we will be celebrating the new. New ways of thinking, new ways of interacting with the world around us, and new ways of living and working meaningfully. New year, new you! Today we invite you to join Simon Robinson and Maria Moraes Robinson, authors of Holonomics,...

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    New Year, New You: Giles Hutchins on the Origins of Oppression

    by  • 12 January 2015 • Alternative Business and Economics • 0 Comments

    All through January, here on the Floris Blog we will be celebrating the new. New ways of thinking, new ways of interacting with the world around us, and new ways of living and working meaningfully. New year, new you! Today, Giles Hutchins, author of The Illusion of Separation, asks: how did patriarchy, aggression and egotism...

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