Global Oneness Project interviews Jayesh Patel, founder of the Gandhian NGO Manav Sadna, in the slums of Ahmedabad in India. Watch here.
“Someone asked Gandhi, ‘What is the most dangerous thing after independence?’ Gandhi answered, ‘heartless intellectuals’. Harmony between head, heart, and hand is very important. If you work, then you understand.” – Jayesh Patel
The award-winning, all-volunteer & nonprofit magazine Kyoto Journal’s newest issue, “Biodiversity; Japan’s Satoyama and Our Shared Future” features contributions from more than 50 writers, photographers and artists and highlights national, regional, and international environmental issues affecting all of our lives today. You can subscribe to KJ or download a selection of articles here.
Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, interviews Chilean “barefoot economist” and Right Livelihood Award Laureate (1983), Manfred Max-Neef. Click here.
Take part in Resurgence Magazine’s Slow Sundays, “simple actions that symbolize a rejection of commercialism, a passion for the planet and a desire for change.”
Resurgence Magazine’s homepage here.
Time Banks are an innovative modern approach to an age-old economic system based on values of cooperation, sharing, and sustainability. Have a look at this US-based website on Time Banks. There is a downloadable Do-It-Yourself guide on how to start a Time Bank in your community.
Cute & articulate manga and other great resources, from Japan for Sustainability
Learn all about the Slow Life Movement in Japan from this blog, by the founders of the movement.
Read about this creative photojournalist’s journey across America’s food landscape.