Michael Kearns: Sea Farming

Michael S. Kearns

Michael S. Kearns

HuffPost Facebook Video: 3D Underwater Farming Could be the Future of Food

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Apr 29

Jean Lievens: Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures – Entropy and Societal Change

Jean Lievens

Jean Lievens

Entropy calculation to help understand societal change

Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures, The University of Sheffield

A missing ingredient in our understanding of human influence on global environmental change is the quantitative measure of the energy interactions of societies operating under varied technological and geographical conditions. This project seeks to employ the archaeological and historical data for the comparative investigation of energy use in different societies.

The project lies at the interfaces between physics, archaeology and ecology and it will be addressed by developing models to calculate entropy generation rates within the case study systems. Entropy generation (as opposed to energy use) allows the “quality” or “usefulness” of different energy resources to be measured. Learn more.

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Feb 24

Jeremy Lent – Liology — Man’s Search for Meaning and the Emergence of a Sustainability Consensus

Categories: Culture,Resilience
Jeremy Lent

Jeremy Lent

My name is Jeremy Lent and I’m the founder of The Liology Institute, an organization dedicated to fostering a worldview that could enable humanity to thrive sustainably on this planet. My work explores the profound and far-reaching implications of recognizing that meaning arises intrinsically from the natural world, and points the way to how we humans might shift our worldview to find a sustainable way of living on the earth.

It is my hope that liology can help by offering a framework for this new storyline – a framework that integrates both science and spiritual wisdom to recognize that the deepest spiritual fulfillment a human being can experience arises from the understanding of our intrinsic connectivity with the natural world – both within ourselves and all around us.

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Feb 19