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The Ecological and Social Footprint: A Challenge for Global Citizenship

Javier Collado-Ruano in the dramatic karst mountain landscape of Yangshuo County, China’s Guangxi region. versión castellano          From the transdisciplinary perspective of the Big History, the Earth is a self-eco-organized system structured through sophisticated processes of co-evolution between living and non-living organisms. Life made its appearance on our planet between 3,8 and 3,5 […]

Using Nature’s Design Principles to Feed Nine Billion: Finalists announced for the world’s first food system-focused biomimicry innovation accelerator

Using Nature’s Design Principles to Feed Nine Billion Finalists announced for the world’s first food system-focused biomimicry innovation accelerator Earlier this year, hundreds of people from around the world took on a challenge to fix our global food system by looking to nature for design solutions. Now, eight finalist teams have been invited to prototype […]

Sustainable Development Goals for 2030: The Land Beyond Borders for our Planetary Youth

Interconnecting dreams in the land beyond borders. Photo in Vitsa, Greece. Spanish version Around the world, young people of both sexes look to the future, and question current socio-economic models that are based on the irrational exploitation of natural resources. While it is true that capitalist systems have brought enormous material benefits, their functionalist view subordinates […]

Youthful – The Mindful Natural Way for Each Life

Rashmi Chandran Natural Health and Environmental Research rashmichandran@gmail.com / http://drrashminaturallife.blogspot.in    . Abstract: Youthful is a blessing for any life. The beauty of youthful is its own innocence to live naturally connected with nature, to grow up with maturity, and to embody our mutual care and share. Youthful works its level best at all ages […]

REFLEXIONES SOBRE EL AGUA: UN ESPEJO DE NUESTRO TIEMPO

Luciano Espinosa Rubio Profesor Titular en la Universidad de Salamanca. (USAL). Su línea de investigación es filosofía de la naturaleza, antropología, ética medioambiental, pensamiento de Spinoza, Teoría de la Complejidad y ecología social. Es miembro fundador del seminario español en Pensamiento de Spinoza. espinosa@usal.es .. Resumen Los problemas relativos al agua son una encrucijada en […]

Water – The Natural Health for the Planet

  This article was published on 22nd March 2015, for the World Water Day, in Global Education Magazine.

HUMANISFESTO: THE BIOMIMETIC SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Learning from the Nature in the Banaue Rice Terraces of the Philippines. Versión castellana Solidarity is a trans-dimensional phenomenon that goes beyond the ontological essence of human nature. In fact, when we analyze the connections between the microcosm and the macrocosm, we perceive that human beingsare not involved in chaos and arbitrariness, but belongs to […]

Yasuni-Amazona: “The Rain Forest Project”

Welcome Future Global Professors and College Scholars of: Yasuni-Amazona, “The Rain Forest Project” YASUNI  Symbolizes Abundance of Life on Earth  Our Non-Profit Educational Project in collaboration with the NAPO WILDLIFE CENTER offers an ALL EXPENSE PAID COMPREHENSIVE AMAZON TRIP,  FULL ROOM & BOARD, ROUND TRIP AIRFARE, for Global Scholars interested in Studying a topic of their academic passion in the Yasuni, State Park in Ecuador […]

Interview with Dr. Katherine Müller-Marin, Representative of UNESCO to VietNam

Javier Collado Ruano (JCR): Dr. Katherine Müller-Marin is a native of Costa Rica who began her career as the Curriculum Planning Director at the Distance Teaching University of Costa Rica. She went on to serve at the Costa Rican Ministry of Planning and Economic Policy in Institutional Strengthening and Reengineering. She holds a Master’s degree […]

Qaryah Thayyibah: An Alternative School in Salatiga, Indonesia

Javier Collado talking with Ahmad Bahruddin in Salatiga, Indonesia. Javier Collado Ruano: Dear readers, it is a big pleasure to me to introduce you Mr. Ahmad Bahruddin, an experienced leader in Indonesia, who is working with a rich alternative educational project namely Qaryah Thayyibah Learning Community (QTLC) in the region of Salatiga, Indonesia. I have […]

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