“Is it a perfect philosophy believing in a moneyless society? Are there other ways to measure human well-being or happiness than GDP? Measure and facilitate the use of human well-being models on a systematic level is not easy as practice come before any theory, we can study history, well as various cultures without or less depended on material goods.
During the research finding root causes of our ecological crisis I became aware that is not the environment we need to save but humans from a disease that kills more people than any war, hunger or natural catastrophe all together, is called greed. The disease has since the beginning of the industrial revolution created a small elite of extremely rich families that have always made sure they are in control, they financed first World War and financed the next and are right now causing global genocide.
The Eco-Manifesto is not a measurable tool for sustainability; nevertheless, the fundamental basis and source of inspiration and company values. Eastern religion and culture have since the 60’s change many westerners view on the relationship between materialism and spiritualism, the necessary foundation for a new environmental philosophy.
The greatest environmentalists of all time. The story of Buddha, Gandhi, Einstein, Næss and Lovelock.
Re-thinking sustainability for the twenty-first century, spirituality; the missing link