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Lifelong Education: Citizenship Lessons for Life inMore Sustainable Communities?
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Lifelong Learning and Education in Healthy and Sustainable Cities.
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If I could snap my fingers and reverse all the environmental damage of the past 5000 years, we would start repeating our mistakes tomorrow, unless WE have changed. In the age of the Anthropocene, it is human thinking and the decisions and actions that follow from it that will determine our fate as well as that of many other species. While many of our ′solutions′ have worked to some degree in the short term, where a human lifetime is ′short term′, our thinking has frequently prevented us from fully understanding the extremely complex systems we live within, and thus from fully addressing those complexities or avoiding the many unintended consequences we create. A sustainable future thus requires a mental perspective compatible with the parameters of, instead of attempting to dominate, the world we inhabit. Split brain science provides the key to that perspective, explaining the human brain and how the problems we have created have resulted from our misunderstanding of its basic structure. As the world population expands, pressuring us to achieve a sustainable future within an urban context, while we know some, we do not yet know all the changes we will be required to make to society and our built environment. This paper will explore why we need to start with understanding ourselves and our thinking and then how we must transform that into an attitude of live-long learning to progressively grow our knowledge and expand our capabilities to regenerate society and our built environment.
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