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Our Basic Needs

Roti, Kapda, Makaan, Transport, Inner and Outer Growth, Community

The things we consume or use every day – food, clothes, personal care products, buildings, vehicles and many other such things contribute a very large chunk of carbon emissions every day. The human population today is the largest in history – about 7.5 billion, expected to increase to 9 billion in 2050.

In this section, the various resources for learning and action are arranged under these headings:

Food
& Health

Lifestyle
& Consumerism

Chemicals in
Our Lives

Eco
Buildings

Transport

Inner and Outer Growth & the Power of community

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Being Earth-Conscious

Gaia and Nature’s Principles Basics for Life, Ecological Living and Education

We can be reasonably sure that if human kind had invested energies in formal or informal education for ecological wisdom, we would not have landed in this climate emergency which is even threatening human survival. It is essential that we learn about ecological processes and principles and how to apply these in every human endeavor. We also need to understand processes within the human mind – because the major human crises we face today are also crises of human perception.

In this section, the various resources for learning and action are arranged under these headings:

Gaia, Ecology
& Climate
Change

Soil
& Farming

Air, Water, Energy
& Waste Management

Regenerative
Cities

Ecology
& Our Education System

The Human Mind
& Perceptions

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Seeing The Big Picture

Civilisational Survival, Our Economic System, Activism

As humans we are hard-wired to be preoccupied with
1. what is immediately around us and
2. what is of short term value to us.

Hence we neglect the larger, global issues such as the crises created by our globalised capitalist economic system or even give much thought to the fact that many human civilisations have perished before us on account of these same human frailties – short termism and the compulsion to gratify immediate needs.

In this section, the various resources for learning and action are arranged under these headings:

Civilisational
Survival

Our Economic
System

New / Cyclical
Economics

Educational
Activism

Big-picture
Activism

Stories
of Activists

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