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For your consideration:
Mother Pelican - A Journal of Sustainable Human Development
Volume 7, Number 3, March 2011
*Transition from Homo Economicus to Homo Ecologicus*
This issue is focused on the transition from nonrenewable to renewable
sources of energy, which is contingent on human adaptation from the
economic mindset to the ecological mindset. The central concept is to
mitigate the human propensity to consume and activate the human capacity
to adapt. This will require interdisciplinary dialog between the
physical sciences, the biological sciences, the social sciences, etc.
What would be the best way to foster such comprehensive dialog? Are
there case examples that you know about?
Luis T. Gutiérrez, PhD, PE
The Pelican Web of Solidarity and Sustainability
Mother Pelican: A Journal of Sustainable Human Development
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