Fellow Travelers - The Donella Meadows Institute
Board & Advisors. Vermont’s New Economy. 2015 New Economy Week. New Economy Radio Commentaries. About Donella “Dana” Meadows. Donella Meadows Film Project. Kylie’s Recommended Reading. Video: Envisioning a Sustainable World. Donella Meadows Collection at Dartmouth. Wise Words from Dana. Events in Our Community. People’s Climate March. Last Call Documentary Screenings. Climate Change Mitigation Tool. Donella Meadows Leadership Fellows. Raquo; Fellow Travelers. Cobb Hill Cohousing Community. The mutually a...
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Schools That Learn (Updated and Revised): A Fifth Discipline Fieldbook for Educators, Parents, and Everyone Who Cares About Education. By Peter M. Senge, Nelda Cambron-McCabe, Timothy Lucas and Bryan Smith (Jul 31, 2012). Organizational Culture and Leadership. By Edgar H. Schein (Aug 16, 2010). Theory U: Leading from the Future as it Emerges. By C Otto Scharmer. By Peter Senge, Bryan Smith, Nina Kruschwitz, Joe Laur, Sara Schley, 2008. By Tracy Huston, 2007. Profit for Life: How Capitalism Excels. By Bil...
Session #1 | Yellowstone's YCC 2014
Yellowstone's YCC 2014. Work, Play, Learn, Grow. Each week on spike, Crew Leaders nominate enrollees for three possible awards: Motivation, Resource Education, and Safety. Here are the results for the first session award winners! Congratulations to our award recipients and to all the enrollees who helped to make session one safe, fun, and intellectually stimulating. Motivation: Miguel, Bryce, Kyle. Resource Education: Fisher, Hannah. Safety: Daniel, Caleb. Motivation: Avery, Maddie, Fisher, James. It was...
Donella Meadows - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. March 13, 1941. February 20, 2001 ( 2001-02-20. Hanover, New Hampshire. Plainfield, New Hampshire. The Limits to Growth. Walter C. Paine Science Education Award (1990). Donella H. "Dana" Meadows. March 13, 1941 February 20, 2001) was a pioneering American environmental scientist. Teacher, and writer. She is best known as lead author of the influential book The Limits to Growth. And Thinking in Systems: a Primer. The Limits to Growth. State of the Village report.
About | Jay Mead
Sign up for my newsletter. My artistic passion is driven by the question what if? Every material offers challenges. Sometimes the creative journey is a very personal, meandering affair; other times I am designing for a particular audience as part of a community process. While at Dartmouth College, where I had been pursuing a studio path, leaning toward architecture, I became involved with and was deeply affected by the political and community aspect of Bread and Puppet’s. A 20-foot tall installation made...
Teaching | Jay Mead
Sign up for my newsletter. I seek to engage my students with the creative process. Whether we are in a classroom or on the banks of a wild river, the experience is a dynamic one that changes with the individual and the moment. Simply put, I want my students to feel comfortable with the medium they are using while challenging themselves to stretch to the edges of their comfort zone. I am listed on the Vermont Art Council’s. This means that schools in Vermont can apply for streamlined grants. While I chall...
Explorations Blog | Jay Mead
Sign up for my newsletter. Responding to Climate Change at Middlebury College: Hot and Cold and Hope Wheels for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the oldest Environmental Studies Program in the United States. October 15th, 2015. It was an honor to be invited to assist in the celebration of Middlebury College’s 50th anniversary of its Environmental Studies Program by doing the following two projects on October 1. It is the oldest Environmental Studies Program of any college in this country. Which now ha...