Applying the Principles of Harmony to learning

23rd May 2016

There is now overwhelming evidence that humanity is living beyond its means, consuming and polluting in ways that are exhausting and degrading the natural world and impacting on the lives of the most vulnerable.

There are calls from many to find more enlightened ways of living, to consume, waste and pollute less and to protect, nurture and share more. With the global population rising dramatically, we all need to develop conservation conscious mindsets and collectively create and implement better, more sustainable practices in how we live on the earth.

This has far reaching implications for how we educate our young people and what kind of opportunities we give them to engage meaningfully in the issues of our time. Read the full article here.

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