Yoga, Personal Transformation and Global Sustainability

I had the opportunity to write on Yoga, Global Sustainability and Personal Transformation with B.K. Bose, Executive Director of the Niroga Institute and Rob Schware, Executive Director of the Give Back Yoga Foundation in 2014. It was a timely article. Soon after it’s publication, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi was at the UN General Assembly and said:

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Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

It was an honor to be a contributing author to Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and serve as a Founding Member of the Environmental Peacebuilding Association, which is focused on developing, managing, and sharing knowledge on environment, conflict, and peace.   The Volume on Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding was launched in Washington D.C. in 2016

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Deep Nature Journey – Connecting with Nature

Deep ‪Nature‬ Journey Yesterday I had the privilege of taking my Environmental Studies students from the University of Colorado,‪ Boulder‬ on a nature solo with Bud Wilson, the Founder of Deep Nature Journeys. The students are members of the Sustainability and Social Innovation Residential Academic Program at ‪‎CUBoulder‬. Throughout the course of the semester, students

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5 Steps Toward an Ecological Worldview

All living beings play a vital role in the evolutionary web of life. During the 21st century humanity will have to deal with an environmental crisis unprecedented throughout Earth’s history. This crisis, deeply embedded in our worldview, is becoming more apparent through climate change, the loss of biodiversity, deforestation, soil degradation, and water pollution. It is

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Words Against My Chest {Poem}

The words are there, smashing themselves against the walls of my chest. The door too narrow to escape, enter. Words inside and out. I can see the writing on the wall. An old chalkboard standing attentive to the minds in front. Who are they, what do they want? I can’t read them. And, I don’t

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