Feb 26, 2014-- "In our science in past centuries, we have learned a lot about the law of gravity and similar laws of physics, but we have not learned very much about the laws of sustainability." In this article, Fritjof Capra (cofounder of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California) discusses what he calls the natural laws of sustainability which he developed from studying natural ecosystems and the ways in which they organize themselves. By uncovering the natural sustainability laws of interdependence, recycling, partnership, flexibility, and diversity, Capra sheds light on how we can create sustainable communities which can "satisfy our needs without diminishing the chances of future generations." (25037 reads)
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