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“Shifting from a world where we try to just do "less bad" to one where we are actually creating MORE GOOD (as William McDonough is often heard to say) -- is the thought process behind a Restorative Economy -- and the real core of sustainability.”
“But just as one would adjust for inflation when comparing the cost of certain commodities over a period of time, one ought to adjust for what is often called the Shifting Moral Zeitgeist when assessing the effects of various ideological developments throughout history.”
“Shifting from the legit 19th century of “Under the Sea” to the mock-19th of “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell” makes more sense than you might think.”
“Shifting from the Big East to the Mid-American Conference has certainly helped the Owls become more competitive over the past year.”
“In short, "Shifting less than one day per week's worth of calories from red meat and dairy products to chicken, fish, eggs, or a vegetable-based diet achieves more GHG reduction than buying all locally sourced food.”
“The report, entitled Shifting Sands, said the industry lacks transparency and government regulation, and could severely damage marine ecosytems essential to the livelihoods of many fishing communities.”
“Cycling Master Plan, called Shifting Gears, was approved in principle by council last spring.”
“Jennifer is my former co-blogger (we ran a blog called Shifting Baselines for a couple of years before I got too swamped and she morphed it into her feisty Guilty Planet blog).”
“Elizabeth Parkinson, a spokeswoman for Ann Arbor SPARK, which together with Sensei Change, offers an entrepreneur training program called Shifting Gears, said Tuesday that they "have just been absolutely deluged with folks that are looking for opportunities.”
“After that, I went to a session called Shifting Heroes: Teaching Traditional, Tragic,”
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