by Anne B. Ryan, from Fleeing Vesuvius.
While the adoption of new technologies is crucial, so too is the need for a new, self-limiting worldview recognising that “enough is plenty”. This philosophy of “enough” is about the optimum — having exactly the right amount and using it gracefully. Adopting such a worldview would nourish a culture of adapted human behaviour in which social justice could prevail and at least some of the Earth’s ecosystems would have the chance to renew themselves.
Featured image: Morning in Burgundy. Author: ivanmarn. Source: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1241217
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