Glenn Sutter's blog

Recent paper on culture and sustainability

HI everyone,

I thought there may be some interest in this recent paper by my colleague Douglas Worts, on the role of cultural adaptation and the need for sustainability indicators in this area.  The topic is certainly in line with the Working Group on Sustaining and Bridging Cultures, but as Doug points out, cultural transformation is ultimately what all types of sustainability work are trying to foster.

Cheers!

Glenn

Seeds – A musical fund-raiser for the North Central community gardens.

Hi RCE folks!

 

I wanted to let you know about a sustainability fund-raising project I've been involved in.

 

Seeds is a live album that was recorded at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum on April 22nd, 2010 to mark the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day.  It features original, sustainability-themed folk music by me and Brett Dolter, backed up by drummer/guitarist Jordan Fieseler, bassist Michael Paul and the Ooo La La singers (Anna Rose, Samra Sahlu, and Deb Tuchelt).  There is also a touching rendition of the traditional Hush Little Baby, beautifully performed by Anna Rose, with revised lyrics about helping kids connect with nature.  Proceeds from the first pressing of the album are being donated to the Community Gardens of North Central Regina, a shining example of social, economic, and environmental sustainability.  The album can be purchased for $15 plus postage from the North Central Community Association (www.nccaregina.ca) or by sending a cheque (made out to me) to 26 Bole Place, Regina, S4S 3W7.

 

Cheers!

 

Glenn Sutter

 

Seeds – A musical fund-raiser for the North Central community gardens.

Hi RCE folks!

 

I wanted to let you know about a sustainability fund-raising project I've been involved in.

 

Seeds is a live album that was recorded at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum on April 22nd, 2010 to mark the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day.  It features original, sustainability-themed folk music by me and Brett Dolter, backed up by drummer/guitarist Jordan Fieseler, bassist Michael Paul and the Ooo La La singers (Anna Rose, Samra Sahlu, and Deb Tuchelt).  There is also a touching rendition of the traditional Hush Little Baby, beautifully performed by Anna Rose, with revised lyrics about helping kids connect with nature.  Proceeds from the first pressing of the album are being donated to the Community Gardens of North Central Regina, a shining example of social, economic, and environmental sustainability.  The album can be purchased for $15 plus postage from the North Central Community Association (www.nccaregina.ca) or by sending a cheque (made out to me) to 26 Bole Place, Regina, S4S 3W7.

 

Cheers!

 

Glenn Sutter

 

Talks needed on culture

Hi everyone - Based on submissions to date, the important topic of cultural development may be under-represented at the May conference.  If you or anyone in your networks have been thinking about submitting a proposal that meshes with this theme, please do so as soon as possible.  The deadline is tomorrow!

Thanks!  Glenn Sutter

Discussions about culture

Hi everyone,

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