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The Diagrams of Sustainability: 362 through 400

August 4, 2019


Adding more diagrams of sustainability. 362.  Distributive justice as basis for intergenerational sustainability  (Vasconcellos Oliveira 2018) Each of the targets was benchmarked against the principles of equalitarianism, prioritarianism, and sufficientarianism. The results are grouped by goal (showing) predominance of egalitarianism (egalitarianism is the distributive justice theory that states that societal burdens and benefits (e.g., wealth, income) […]

Sustainability diagrams 327 through 361

July 30, 2019


Adding more diagrams of sustainability. 327. 23 Honey bee practices (Avery and Bergensteiner 2007)   328. Regenerative system sketch (from Mang and Haggard 2106). 329.  System of mind (Bill Reed 2007) We have the opportunity and imperative to evolve our thinking and practice in a way that can contribute to regenerating our planet. Slowing down the processes […]

10th anniversary update – visualising sustainability

July 24, 2019


It’s been 10 years since I started collecting diagrams of sustainability.  Here’s some more. 283.  Circles of sustainability     (McCarthy and James wiki) The Circles of Sustainability approach is explicitly critical of other domain models such as the triple bottom line that treat economics as if it is outside the social, or that treat the environment as an […]

Sketching Sustainable Computing

December 9, 2017


So excited about this. We’re sketching an alternative conference proceedings for ICT4S…Visual ICT4S. Join us and learn to sketchnote in the process. Can’t draw? Doesn’t matter – Miriam Sturdee will guide us. Workshop website:

Transformation Mindset – update

August 23, 2017


Here’s a new graphic for the Transformation Mindset.  And a paper that describes the application in Community Development. (p59).