Here’s a piece that reflects on some of the implications of Common Cause for the business community, published today on the Guardian Sustainable Business site.
- Genis Carreras: Visualising Values
- On having more than two sides: how do you describe values?
Taking the red pill:
A 10-stop tour of Common Cause
Hate racism, love Finland:
10 ways values link to prejudices across Europe
- Good practice: Species Champions
- I Am Ecological: changing the story of ‘self’
- International network: A trip to the Nordic Countries
- #ThePowerOfHashtags and the difference between #Kony2012 and #BringBackOurGirls
- @LauraSEEDCopley sure we would like to see them :) about 4 hours ago in reply to LauraSEEDCopley ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @LauraSEEDCopley interesting, how come there is green and red in the same sections are these from different surveys? about 7 hours ago in reply to LauraSEEDCopley ReplyRetweetFavorite
- From tragedy to joy on the commons: culture change through democratic ownership - Great piece by Elena http://t.co/ZMp3ZuCyOQ about 8 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- New blog! Democratic ownership doesn't just make society fairer, it brings out the best in all of us http://t.co/E5VI487s2W about 10 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- @LauraSEEDCopley Ooh! What do the different colours mean? about 10 hours ago in reply to LauraSEEDCopley ReplyRetweetFavorite