Initially aired on Pripo’s podcast “Relationships, Let’s Talk About It” in November of 2020. Found here. Our country is rife with political conversations that tend to divide people. These exchanges can become more challenging when political differences occur in families and close relationships, where a divergence of ideals can strain connection. When the writer, […]
I co-wrote (with Todd LeVasseur, PhD) a chapter in a new book entitled Strongly Sustainable Societies, Organising Human Activities on a Hot and Full Earth. The book is edited byKarl Johan Bonnedahl andPasi Heikkurinen For more information and to purchase the book.
Originally published by Mountain Xpress here on April 7, 2019 by Xpress Contributor BY LEE WARREN Three-legged Stool of Sustainability For many years, I have taught classes in the basics of sustainability called The Three-Legged Stool of Sustainability, which describes the three main principles, or pillars, of sustainable systems. These three pillars are defined as social, […]
How Communities Fail to Thrive due to the Neglect of Economics This article first appeared in the Permaculture Activist in August of 2013 and can be seen here. The three-legged stool of sustainability—Social, Environmental, and Economic. Without all three, any business, any system, any community, any relationship is doomed to struggle or fail. Most […]