Designing Regenerative Cultures

Author: Daniel Wahl
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ISBN: 9781909470774
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This is a 'Whole Earth Catalog' for the 21st century: an impressive and wide-ranging analysis of what's wrong with our societies, organizations, ideologies, worldviews and cultures - and how to put them right.

Implementing Sustainability In The Curriculum Of Universities

Author: Walter Leal Filho
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319702815
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Br J Educ Psychol 79(1):57–68 Tilbury D, Keogh A, Leighton A, Kent J (2005) A
national review of environmental education and its contribution to sustainability in
Australia: further and higher education. Australian Government Department of the
Environment and Heritage and Australian Research Institute in Education for
Sustainability (ARIES), Canberra Wahl DC (2016) Designing regenerative
cultures. Triarchy Press, Axminster, England Walker BH et al (2006) A handful of
heuristics ...

Flip The System Uk A Teachers Manifesto

Author: Lucy Rycroft-Smith
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315445182
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... Available at http://www.ruhi.org/institute/. Retreived 5 July 2016. Wahl, D.C. (
2016). Designing Regenerative Cultures. Axminster: Triarchy Press. Chapter 21
Making a difference The view from a PRU.

Design Nature Iv

Author: C. A. Brebbia
Publisher: WIT Press
ISBN: 1845641205
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The organic material from which the porous 'pavilions' are formed rots down to
form valuable resource for the local eco-system. Both have fluid boundary
conditions in which exterior and interior are blurred and multiple; here nature and
culture are not constructed as separate conditions, but rather are interspersed
and contiguous. This spatial paradigm forms as a kind of inhabited landscape, a
nature-culture hybrid that has potential as a model for a regenerative
contemporary design ...

Regenerative Design For Sustainable Development

Author: John Tillman Lyle
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471178439
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Making the transition will be a formidable, long-term, and expensive task
because the cities of the late 20th century are so clearly designed around
automobile movement. In Paleo- technic urban design the streets come first and
all else follows. The automobile, more than any other cause, has given rise to the
entropic city and remains embedded in modern urban culture. Wide, well- paved
streets, large parking areas, bold signs meant for reading at 40 miles per hour or
more, and an ...

Regenerative Development And Design

Author: Regenesis Group
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118972910
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The core issue, they proposed, was cultural and psychological, rather than
technological. Addressing it would require a transformation in how humans
played their role as members of an ecologically connected planet. We would
need to shift from seeing ourselves as separate from nature to seeing ourselves
as part of a co-evolutionary whole, in symbiotic relationship with the living places
we inhabit. They further proposed that this shift is directly connected to will and
agency.

Global Sustainable Communities Handbook

Author: Woodrow W. Clark III
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 0123979293
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It also includes an analysis of community practices and patterns, and economic
and cultural needs. Ecosystematic analysis precedes regenerative design.
REGENERATIVE DESIGN Regenerative design sits at the intersection of nature,
society and technol- ogy. It creates human ecosystems in equilibrium with nature
—buildings, compounds, and communities that generate more energy than they
con- sume. Developed by John T. Lyle and others in the 1970s, self-renewing
and ...

Handbook Of Regenerative Landscape Design

Author: Robert L. France
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420008739
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Mind: Regenerative. Landscape. Design. at. the. Interface. of. Nature. and.
Culture. RESTORATION WRIT LARGE Restoration has become one of the most
economically important (Cunningham 2001), intellectually challenging (Gobster
and Hull 2000; France 2007a), and newsworthy (Fletcher and Da Mosto 2004;
France 2007b) of all forms of modern-day environmental management. However,
it wasn't until I attended my first conference about environmental restoration that I
realized ...

Designing For Hope

Author: Dominique Hes
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317626982
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This book offers a hopeful response to the often frightening changes and challenges we face; arguing that we can actively create a positive and abundant future through mindful, contributive engagement that is rooted in a living systems ...

Cultural Mapping As Cultural Inquiry

Author: Nancy Duxbury
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317588010
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we all learn from this level of healthy ecological engagement by embracing
alternative technologies and different ways of doing regenerative cultural
business? ... design brief and its design stories and principles; producing design
concepts and other such physical representations of culture; preparing master
plans; selecting construction materials, details, and methods; and devising
design evaluation procedures—must be full of alternative ways of understanding
Indigenous cultures.