Any system, that can no longer sustain itself in its present form is bound to be consumed by another system or it needs to evolve. All living systems are connected and inter-dependent. Take an example of a simple flower pot. Roots are plugged into the soil, plant growth depends on the soil substance, mineral and… Read More Systems thinkering
I’d like to share a reserach work I have written in 2011 as part of my Master’s final work. This work is about discovery of Emerging Patterns of Collective Thoughts in relation to Educational Process. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF EDUCATION_FINAL
It’s 2 minutes to 12! . So, how long can the growth continue as a result of the discovery of 3 new bottles: this quadrupling of the proven resource? . Can we continue with the same rate of population growth? Can we continue with the same rate of oil extraction? Earth can surely provide to… Read More What’s the Time?
We all inhabit Planet Earth – a space defined by boundaries. According to the studies conducted by NEF (New Economic Foundation) it currently takes the biosphere about 18 months to produce what humanity consumes in only 12 months. This tipping point happened sometimes in 1960s. If every nation in the planet consumed the same amount… Read More Exponential Population Growth and Sustainability
Third screening of Documentary “Schooling the World”, Waldorf School, May 2012 Every film we watch, offers a unique experience. I was interested to find out more about that unique experience of individuals after watching the documentary “Schooling the World”. Following my curiosity and weaving all together with my final project on a postgraduate course. I organized… Read More Iterration no.3
First Screening at Schumacher College, Devon, April 2012 LEARNING vs EDUCATION As long as we are not aware of the ritual through which school shapes the progressive consumer – the economy’s major resource – we cannot break the spell of this economy and shape a new one. by Ivan Illich After screening the documentary “Schooling… Read More Iterration no.1 and “Schooling The World” at Schumacher College