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Achuar speak truth to power in the Amazon 

Gregor MacLennan works for Amazonwatch an organisation that campaigns for the rights and lives of indigenous tribes living in the Amazon rainforest in Peru. MacLennan explains that huge tracts of the Amazon have been sold to international companies for mineral extraction. Those companies come and extract the minerals but they leave a lot behind: pollution on an unprecedented scale, deforestation, the undoable disruption of the communities that live there.
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You guys have started following me so hello open science community. I am the author of No Straight Lines: making sense of our non-linear world which is available as an open access book https://read.publification.com/b/no-straight-lines an explores many themes and topics of interest with this community
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I reckon I can write that title as it does feel as if I have "done" all of it - or at least a lot of it. Twenty individual events in thirty six days, four long haul flights within Australia crossing t...
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Upgrading to a non-linear economy @schumacherColl http://ht.ly/jmB9m
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Necessity hath no law. Paul Mason wrote an article about the dynamics of protest in the Guardian recently - here are my thoughts on his perspectives.
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Alan Moore is an established educator and a practitioner who possesses a unique grasp on the changes that are reshaping our world, and an insight on how to transform organisations and businesses to thrive in a world where it’s not business as usual. Alan has worked with many of the leading educational and corporate institutions around the world, sharing his extensive knowledge and insights on innovation and transformation in the form of teaching, workshops and invitational speaking.
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  • No Straight Lines: making sense of our non-linear world
    Author, 2011
    Why and how we need to create a transformative economy http://www.no-straight-lines.com
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Alan Moore is an established educator and a practitioner who possesses a unique grasp on the changes that are reshaping our world, and an insight on how to transform organisations and businesses to thrive in a world where it’s not business as usual.  He is author of 4 books including No Straight Lines: making sense of our non-linear world.

 

Alan has worked with many of the leading educational and corporate institutions around the world, sharing his extensive knowledge and insights on innovation and transformation in the form of teaching, workshops and invitational speaking.

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