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Archive for the 'Sustainability' Category

. Ireland is full of gatherings in 2013.  They come in many shapes and sizes.  Some may seem frivolous and some may seek to meet deep needs. Looking back, four of the seemingly diverse gatherings I have been involved in feel like they could turn out to be particularly significant.  What draws them together is, […]

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. It’s nice sometimes to come back a good while later to somewhere you have done a good bit of work. Borrisokane is a small town in the north of the north of Tipperary.  It’s one of those places that makes you think – if you could do it there, surely you could do it […]

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. We live in a fascinating time.  Lots of people are recognising deep systemic problems (e.g. that infinite growth can’t work forever on a finite planet, that excessive concentrations of wealth in the hands of ‘the few’ won’t be tolerated forever by the many, that the most common ‘way of being’ in the world isn’t […]

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A couple of pieces of work lately have led me to having to produce something brief about how being a ‘sustainability change agent’ may differ from doing other change work …

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What follows below is quite simply brilliant ! – for me it addresses the question ‘what does it mean to be a human being alive at this moment in history ?’

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This disarmingly simple question was asked as part of the feedback from the Authentic Leadership Cafe held in Dublin on April 29th – 2009 and it occurred to me that the 100 people in the room would probably have 100 different answers !

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