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Workshops on Visioning a Future Free of Fossil Fuels- a posting on Earth and Peace Education Website
July 29, 2013, 4:52 pm
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Some readers may be aware of the recent workshops I have been developing on Futures Imaging, adapting the work of Elise Boulding on Imaging a World Without Weapons, which she developed in the 1980s,  to the new challenges we face with climate change, deep economic dysfunction and environmental devastation. Supporting the idea that in order to move into a more hopeful and less energy dependent future, we must be able to imagine and invent a different future and take action steps to move into this future.

I am fortunate to have had a recent essay posted on the website of Earth and Peace Education International www.globalepe.org, which describes the process of these workshops. It can be found on the right hand side of the Home Page. Also to call your attention to the fine work of Earth and Peace Education International, whose web site describes the mission:

a meeting place in cyberspace organized by Earth and Peace Education International (EPE).  Founded in 1992, EPE’s educational activities aim to promote our global community’s transition towards a culture whose institutions and norms are based on ecological sustainability, nonviolence, social justice, intergenerational equity and participatory decision-making. You are invited to join the global network of  educators and citizen-learners who seek to achieve these goals. We hope the  resources provided on this website will contribute to your efforts.

Mary Lee Morrison

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