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Reading Guide Date: 14 March Article Title: Paradigm Shifts What about this article did you find most interesting or important?: What was important in this article, I think, was the overall message that people need to redefine the way they live, whether it be the government lessening the amount of troops sent to war or the people becoming less dependent on oil; it’s time for a change in our systems and produce happier, cleaner lifestyles. How does this apply to Campus (think of Student behavior, etc.): College is a time to redefine the way you live and who you become. Learning to be more sustainable can help shape the future for a cleaner environment and better place for all human and non-human animals. What from the article stood out/shocked you?: The stats that show how much we could have done with the money used in war
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Unformatted text preview: fare • Value of time over income I was happy to see this because I think it’s something that a lot of people in our society need to work on. Happiness is more important than money • Kamayura tribes in Africa have trouble living off of their fish-fed diet because of ecosystem loss due to climate changes • Happy to see support of community based sustainability helps promote • GDP is outdated and should use a term that encompasses health, social relations, education and more things that actually measure how the people are doing, not just how much they make One question you would ask the author/Organization?: I would like to know how possible a shift in working hours would be in a fast paced society like ours!...
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