The current educational system was designed to meet the needs of the industrial age, when production, consumption and economic growth were the order of the day. Now we have entered a new age, the age of ecology, so we need a new system of education that equips young people with the knowledge and skills of living in harmony with each other and with our precious planet Earth. This new pedagogy puts regenerative culture at its heart.

Schumacher College has been experimenting with precisely such a model of education, where ecology and economy are studied together, where science and spirituality ...


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