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Turning sustainability, profitable yet social and ecological

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Very often we hear about CO2 in relation to sustainability or to substitute one material with the other. However, often its the interplay or changed behaviour that serves as foundation for sustainable development. Because I have been working in that field now for almost ten years, with a special interest in the social dimension, I look forward to share some of my thoughts here and also to engage in conversation. There is no blueprint to sustainability and that makes it exciting : )


Playing on circular music

Did you know that music can have a beneficial effect on brain chemicals such as dopamine, which is linked to feelings of pleasure, and oxytocin, the so-called “love hormone.” And there is moderate evidence that music can help lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Besides these there are also other benefits like improved mental… Continue reading Playing on circular music

Trauma, Healing and Resources for Victims of Gender-based Vioelence in Papua New Guinea

Originally written for Morobe Development Foundation By: Ann-Cathrin Jöst and Gabby Richardson When we are born, we are dependent on our mother or another caretaker for survival. As an infant we cannot express ourselves other than through crying. Therefore, we rely on our caretaker to understand what our crying means and what needs should be fulfilled. Needs are… Continue reading Trauma, Healing and Resources for Victims of Gender-based Vioelence in Papua New Guinea

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