Last month InDI (the Institute of Design Innovation at Glasgow School of Art) launched a new periodical: “Flourishing Times: Personhood and Collective Wellbeing”, edited by Dr. Lynn Sayers-McHattie and Dr. Cara Broadley.
Based on a previous post, I made a short opinion piece on the philosophy underpinning my research: Degrowth and what is called Buddhist Economics. These philosophies are born in reaction to consumerism and the deceiving values that it instills in our society. I believe collaboration across diverging perspectives and fields of expertise to be key for succeeding in designing a more sustainable future.
To read this piece (p.6) and the rest of the periodical follow this link.