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.
We have an economic crisis and an ecological crisis the complexity of nature shows these similarities will sooner or later crash into each other. When the separation in nature started, resources need in one place will be missing in another. Everything is connected in time and space and when they crash it cannot be controlled. Part One.
The greatest environmentalists of all time. The story of Buddha, Gandhi, Einstein, Næss and Lovelock.
The 1970’s original environmentalists, style and fashion, part two. Global Earth Day and Greenpeace gathered millions of Americans to march for a better and safer world. Greenpeace started their battle against companies and countries that destroyed life in the sea.
Applying system thinking as an approach to sustainable design is the last post in a series discussing the different framework and strategies to sustainable design.