[Sdpg] Student Study Opportunity at THE ART AND SCIENCE OF ECOLOGICAL DESIGN Ocean Beach CA
Wesley Roe and Marjorie Lakin Erickson
lakinroe at silcom.com
Wed Jun 7 03:35:11 PDT 2006
6/7/06 - Student Study Opportunity at THE ART AND SCIENCE OF ECOLOGICAL
DESIGN Ocean Beach CA
In our time and place in history, the most important knowledge one can
possess is knowing how our planet's life-support system works and how that
knowledge can be used to create a life-support sustaining economy and way
of life where we live and ultimately, planet wide.
Jim Bell, Director of the Ecological Life Systems Institute and founder of
the Ecological Design Profession will train a few select students
interested in learning the Art and Science of Ecological Design.
Students will learn:
1. How our planet's life-support system works and how to use that knowledge
to create sustainable economies where they live and planet wide.
2. To evaluate and modify existing strategies and technologies to insure
that they're use protects human and environmental health.
3. How to develop new approaches to sustainable living.
4. How free-market forces can be used to save our planet's life-support system.
5. To design communities and their support systems so they provide us with
the things we need and want in ways that are compatible with maintaining
the health of our planet's life-support system.
6. To maximize resources use efficiency in every human endeavor.
7. How to design and construct buildings to be non-polluting, energy and
water efficient and easily recycled at the end of their useful life -- and
If you are interested in acquiring this knowledge, apply ASAP to:
jimbellelsi at cox.net
4862 Voltaire St.
San Diego, CA 92107
For more information about Jimâs work, visit www.jimbell.com
PS - There is room for two students to live and study at the Ecological
Life Systems Institute headquarters in Ocean Beach, California.
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