We’re mapping different types of unknown territory.
My working definition of sustainability is a world that isn’t creating more problems than it solves.
Wake up each day and salute the sun if it’s out, appreciate the natural processes around you, We’re here for a short time on this beautiful planet and we’re here in a caretaker role.
My miracle would be a very big thing, but would require a lot of small things.
We have a lot of fun in what we do in trying to save the world.
The single most powerful thing we can share with kids – they’re the custodians of the land – they have to take care of it, and here are some ways how.
I would like to do the sorts of projects that 30 years down the line, if the world has gone to hell, people will say “thank god we did this”, and if 30 years down the line nothing has gone to hell and everything is fine then people will say “oh my god, I’m so […]
Doing things differently is an effective narrative.
I rank architecture by going to look at the bathrooms…it is the utilitarian areas that reveal weaknesses…but sustainability weaknesses in architecture are much more disguised.
The pre-eminence of the economy and its treatment as if it were the point of society is so powerful, consumerism has been such a powerful force, that people believe their primary relationship is with the economy and not with their fellow members of society.
There will be conflict, so we need people to recognise those different values.
If you want to get your soil living again, get your life back in your soil.