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My aims and intentions ... briefly

Andrew Green, writer

These are my thoughts and articles about natural health, nutrition, sustainability, globalisation & multinational capitalism, technology (techno-scepticism), organic growing, permaculture, natural birth, attachment parenting, education (particularly home schooling / home education / deschooling), politics ... and really whatever comes between and around all of these ...

My aim is to inform, challenge and surprise you.

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“We start with the primacy of scale: Not large scale, small scale. Not global, local. Not faster, slower. Not more, less. Not top-down, bottom-up. Not private, shared. Not investor-owned, community owned. Not more tech, less tech. Not meta-economics, micro economics. Not competitive, collaborative. Not more trade, less trade. Not more energy, less energy. Not big business, small business.”
From the International Forum on Globalization October 2014 Conference: ‘Techno-Utopianism & The Fate of the Earth’

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Nothing stands still – we are either moving in the right direction, towards the ideal future in our mind’s eye … or, by continuing to work against nature, we are moving away from it. We can all play our part, driven by our hearts and souls to take real, practical action to create a healthy and permanently sustainable world for ourselves, our children and future generations to come.

For, as Mahatma Ghandi wrote: “If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change … We need not wait to see what others do.”


© Andrew J Green, August 2018