Posted by Marta Ceroni, Published: October 2nd, 2015
“I try to base my life on the idea of self sufficiency- there is just enough for everyone and not one bit more. There is enough for generosity but not waste”
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: July 9th, 2015
By Jessica Caron
I’m so excited to be interning at the Donella Meadows Institute this summer- I’ll be taking classes for my Dartmouth sophomore summer as well, and it’s wonderful to be able to, each afternoon after classes, cross the Connecticut River into a new state and do something that really matters in the world.
Four summers ago, I went to the Dominican [...]
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: April 1st, 2015
We live in a world of remarkable, adaptable, complex systems. They are inside of us and all around us, from the tiny system of a single cell to the vast systems of the world’s oceans and our global communications networks.
Systems can be examined by zooming in to look closely at their stocks and flows and other component parts, or by [...]
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: October 7th, 2014
Three weeks ago I joined more than three hundred thousand people at the People’s Climate March in NYC. As we anxiously waited to start marching, a wave of silence spread from person to person up 60 blocks from the front of the crowd. Our thoughts went out to people from the Andes, arctic regions, and island nations who already have [...]
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: September 29th, 2014
During the second annual New Economy Week, communities across Vermont will celebrate new approaches to food, energy, business, and finance that strive for wellbeing over growth.
Vermont has emerged as a national leader in the New Economy movement, a people-driven approach to achieving prosperous communities, successful businesses, and healthy environments. Whereas the traditional economy strives for profits and material growth, the [...]