Isabel Rimanoczy, Ed.D, developed the concept of the Sustainability Mindset by studying what inspired leaders to act in a business-as-unusual way. Her work is grounded in the interviews she conducted as part of her research for the book, Big Bang Being:Developing the Sustainability Mindset.
And what is an important message in the book, the one that brings sustainability home?
"While our planet is rapidly changing, we also have the opportunity to change ourselves and begin making a different imprint."
In this special collection Isabel brings together the voices of sustainability that are in the stream of the Sustainability Mindset.
Curated by mokiethecat
What is The Commons by Jay Walljasper
Voices of Sustainability: All That We Share is the definition for The Commons as further described in Jay Walljasper's book of the same title and briefly in this snippet from a speech he gave at the Commons Convergence held in Portland, Oregon on May 7, 2011 by The Oregon Commons project. A popular speaker, veteran communications strategist and award-winning writer and editor, Jay Walljasper chronicles stories from around the world that point us toward a better and more enjoyable future. Walljasper is the author of All That We Share A Field Guide to the Commons (2011), The Great Neighborhood Book (2007) and Visionaries: People and Ideas to Change Your Life (2001). Click on book cover to order the book.
EarthSayer Jay Walljasper
A New Level Of Consciousness by John Perkins
Visionaries Who Have Shaped Me by Satish Kumar
American Dream: But Will It Make You Happy?
New Ways of Seeing by Joanna Macy
What Gives Us Hope and Heart by Barbara Ford
What Do You Do With Your Time? by Isabel Rimanoczy
Interconnectness, Innovation and Civic Renewal by Nick Jankel
Introducing the Endangered Languages Project
Eckhart Tolle on Consciousness and Wisdom in Digital Age
Sustainability and Management Education by Isabel Rimanoczy
Continuum (Trailer) by Planetary
The Living Universe Part 1 of 2 by Duane Elgin
The Collective Evolution III: The Shift
Changing the Nature of Our Consumption by Niall Dunne