Monthly Archives: May 2011

a short presentation on personalising a global ethics…

I am undertaking a Certificate IV course in Training and Assessment. As part of this we had to prepare and present a short talk on a topic of our choice. This is mine on personalising a global ethics.

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Responding to “The Long Death of Environmentalism”

You can read the speech “The Long Death of Environmentalism” written by Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger from the Breakthrough Institute, published 25th February 2011 by clicking on this link (it will open in a new tab). Firstly, responding directly to the writing … Continue reading

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More reflections on sustainability events…

I have been to a session about sustainability for diverse communities. It seems that there is lots of work that has been/is going on around getting food (transport in food miles), water, energy and waste (generally but also of these … Continue reading

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