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A new culture, a new agriculture, and ultimately a new human race.

17 November 2014

Hands Haney and Olinga with Baha'is-a-1Come and join us Wednesday November 26th, 2014 in our Marysville location at 8917 – 45th Drive NE at 5pm – 6pm for a webinar on global sustainability and agriculture. Call for further information 360 -925-6902

From Association for Baha’i Studies:

UN projections show global population reaching 11 billion—and the world economy growing by 500%—by 2100. But can the planet accommodate such an expansion when our current ecological footprint already exceeds Earth’s biocapacity? Clearly, humanity has to change direction. Yet the totality of the dominant global culture programs us to maintain the status quo: perpetual material growth. Based on his book Eleven, Paul Hanley argues that solving this conundrum will require an ethical revolution that will result in the emergence of a new culture, a new agriculture, and ultimately a new human race.

Paul Hanley has published 1500 articles on the environment, sustainable development, agriculture, and other topics. He is editor and co-author of Earthcare: Ecological Agriculture in Saskatchewan and The Spirit of Agriculture, and is a recipient of the Canadian Environment Award (2006) and the Award for Excellence in Bahá’í Studies (1986).