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    The Zen of compost

    “Composting?” you ask. As an activity, composting and the contemplation of it, can be as spiritually profound as prayer or meditation. Allow me to elaborate… First of all, composting is just the creation of soil from the breakdown of organic matter, and is what Nature has been doing for millions ...

  • Martin Oliver

    Alchemic miners at the quantum frontier

    In Through the Looking Glass, when Alice visits The Garden of Live Flowers, she can only reach the top of a nearby hill by walking in the opposite direction. Then, in a dreamlike discontinuity, she abruptly finds herself near her destination. While the Alice books are an extravagant fantasy, infinitely ...

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    Travelling lightly

    Anyone living in Sydney has experienced the frustration of trying to get around. Major roads are choked by congestion and you can spend more time trying to find a park than going to dinner. Public transport is a real alternative to owning your own car but the system has been ...

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    Ten steps towards saving the environment

    I had the pleasure of delivering two lectures at the Living Now Symposia held in Melbourne and Sydney. At the end of each lecture I gave a summation of what I believe are the ten key factors necessary in the preservation of global biodiversity and the environment. During the ensuing ...

  • David Scheel

    The complexity of species conservation

    The global conservation movement has radically altered its thinking in recent years. It has become more organised, more sophisticated, and scientifically more rigorous. It has also become more over-arching, realising that the big picture, namely the preservation of all of planet Earth’s diverse biosystems, is vastly more important than the ...

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    The lure of sustainability

    Ever since the expression became currency some three decades ago, ‘sustainable use and re-use of resources’ has been a catch-cry of ecologists. Unfortunately, as with so many other high-minded mission statements, it has been hijacked by politicians and corporations and its original meaning has been mired with empty rhetoric, laying ...

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    Soul at work

    Most of us want to enhance our experience of work and enrich our work environments with meaning and purpose, vision and values, creativity and inspiration, joy and deep human connection. How do we do this? Let’s look inside our own self, into our own soul, for guidance. If we’re going ...

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    The ecological age – thinking outside the square

    Our existing industrial model has been described as ‘cradle-to-grave’, a linear process running through the stages of production, use and disposal. Under such an approach, waste automatically becomes a form of pollution, and until recent decades nobody was particularly worried about it. Factory chimneys belching out smoke were once a ...

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    Dear Mr. Balsekar

    About a dozen years ago, I heard that Mr. Ramesh S. Balsekar was coming to Mill Valley, where I lived, and would be holding a few satsangs – meetings for the purpose of inquiring into truth – with students and other interested people. This was great news, as Mr. Balsekar ...

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    Achilles heel of capitalism

    The problem with economic rationalism is that it is rational only to economists. Economists and environmentalists have been waging a not-so-secret war for decades, each arguing that the other’s position is untenable. A typical argument/counter-argument goes something like this: The environmentalist sees the economist as the evil hatchet-man of corporations ...

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    Poetry in the boardroom – Rethinking corporate life in the Emerald Isle

    The small Irish cottage was buzzing, as all things Irish seem to be these days. A room full of academics, management consultants and corporate executives, used to the ever-present whiteboard, overhead projector and flow chart, were looking at nothing more than a raging peat fire. We were assembling in eager ...

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    Performance and happiness

    It was a throwaway comment but it got me thinking. Standing around the BBQ, the ubiquitous Australian weekend scene, my friend Andrew was lamenting about the next day – Monday – returning to his sales targets, his weekly focus group meeting and his impending performance review. “Ah yes,” I said, ...

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  • The Zen of compost

    “Composting?” you ask. As an activity, composting and the contemplation of it, can be as spiritually profound as prayer or meditation. Allow me to elaborate… First of all, composting is just the creation of soil from the breakdown of organic matter, and is what Nature has been doing for millions ...

  • Alchemic miners at the quantum frontier

    In Through the Looking Glass, when Alice visits The Garden of Live Flowers, she can only reach the top of a nearby hill by walking in the opposite direction. Then, in a dreamlike discontinuity, she abruptly finds herself near her destination. While the Alice books are an extravagant fantasy, infinitely ...

  • Travelling lightly

    Anyone living in Sydney has experienced the frustration of trying to get around. Major roads are choked by congestion and you can spend more time trying to find a park than going to dinner. Public transport is a real alternative to owning your own car but the system has been ...

  • Ten steps towards saving the environment

    I had the pleasure of delivering two lectures at the Living Now Symposia held in Melbourne and Sydney. At the end of each lecture I gave a summation of what I believe are the ten key factors necessary in the preservation of global biodiversity and the environment. During the ensuing ...

  • The complexity of species conservation

    The global conservation movement has radically altered its thinking in recent years. It has become more organised, more sophisticated, and scientifically more rigorous. It has also become more over-arching, realising that the big picture, namely the preservation of all of planet Earth’s diverse biosystems, is vastly more important than the ...

  • The lure of sustainability

    Ever since the expression became currency some three decades ago, ‘sustainable use and re-use of resources’ has been a catch-cry of ecologists. Unfortunately, as with so many other high-minded mission statements, it has been hijacked by politicians and corporations and its original meaning has been mired with empty rhetoric, laying ...

  • Soul at work

    Most of us want to enhance our experience of work and enrich our work environments with meaning and purpose, vision and values, creativity and inspiration, joy and deep human connection. How do we do this? Let’s look inside our own self, into our own soul, for guidance. If we’re going ...

  • The ecological age – thinking outside the square

    Our existing industrial model has been described as ‘cradle-to-grave’, a linear process running through the stages of production, use and disposal. Under such an approach, waste automatically becomes a form of pollution, and until recent decades nobody was particularly worried about it. Factory chimneys belching out smoke were once a ...

  • Dear Mr. Balsekar

    About a dozen years ago, I heard that Mr. Ramesh S. Balsekar was coming to Mill Valley, where I lived, and would be holding a few satsangs – meetings for the purpose of inquiring into truth – with students and other interested people. This was great news, as Mr. Balsekar ...

  • Achilles heel of capitalism

    The problem with economic rationalism is that it is rational only to economists. Economists and environmentalists have been waging a not-so-secret war for decades, each arguing that the other’s position is untenable. A typical argument/counter-argument goes something like this: The environmentalist sees the economist as the evil hatchet-man of corporations ...

  • Poetry in the boardroom – Rethinking corporate life in the Emerald Isle

    The small Irish cottage was buzzing, as all things Irish seem to be these days. A room full of academics, management consultants and corporate executives, used to the ever-present whiteboard, overhead projector and flow chart, were looking at nothing more than a raging peat fire. We were assembling in eager ...

  • Performance and happiness

    It was a throwaway comment but it got me thinking. Standing around the BBQ, the ubiquitous Australian weekend scene, my friend Andrew was lamenting about the next day – Monday – returning to his sales targets, his weekly focus group meeting and his impending performance review. “Ah yes,” I said, ...

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