close
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages

Tony Juniper at Bioeconomics Colloquium

by | September 5, 2013 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

http://youtu.be/xM5SmO-roCw

Tony Juniper, a former Green Party candidate in England, exec at Friends of the Earth, and Ecological Adviser to HRH The Prince of Wales, had each audience member focused whole-heartedly upon the concrete examples drawn from his new book and demonstrating exactly what Nature does for us.

But the examples only illustrated the point that we can learn to see what is in Nature now, and how to value those ‘services’ appropriately. Juniper cleverly develops a language that speaks to the bottom-line of big capitalism and inspired us all to realize, in a constructive manner, that intersection between economics and ecology that is so crucial to understanding and transforming unhealthy entrepreneurial and organizational practices.

Tags:

Jacob Aman

Biospherian Mark Nelson Talks about Life Under Glass

arrow_back

Are Environmental Actions Bad for the Economy?

arrow_forward

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This