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http://postgrowth.org
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Core member
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Post Growth Institute
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Cities, Communication, Development, Economy, Energy, Environment, Ethics, Globalization, Innovation, Sustainability
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I have a diverse background, in terms of professions, academics and life experiences. Having grown up in the US and having lived in China, Sweden and Greece, I feel like, aside from degrees in "International Relations" and "Sustainability Sciences", I can contribute insights from a lot of very important and very practical experience with intercultural/multicultural interactions. I hope to benefit from creating connections and gaining more insights through those connections at the Global Ethics Network.

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The Value of Money For Nothing

Posted on October 31, 2012 at 5:13pm 0 Comments

Blog post written by Donnie Maclurcan, co-founder of the Post Growth Institute

Giving things away freely – time, knowledge, possessions and money - has been and continues to be a truly valuable aspect of my freedom. My grandmother was a big inspiration. She lived simply yet, in the last years of her life, if you commented appreciatively about any item in her house she would suggest you take it. In part, her…

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