“Their passion for nature cuts to the heart of what Scandinavians call friluftsliv (pronounced free-loofts-liv). The expression literally translates as ‘open-air living’ and was popularised in the 1850s by the Norwegian playwright and poet, Henrik Ibsen, who used the term to describe the value of spending time in remote locations for spiritual and physical wellbeing.”
Now, hold on there – I know these days when many of us see an older white man behind a podium – a numbed, dulling fatigue immediately begins to set in, like right behind the eyes, but trust me: this is one of the good ones.
“Deep democracy, real democracy is the only way that we can organize as a society, to achieve balance with Earth – and to do it in a way that meets the needs of all.”– David Korten
“We can almost be literally be anything we want to be – and I’m not talking individuals; I’m talking about societies.” – David Korten
“With the continuing evolution of both electric and driverless car technologies, might we be in store for a new golden age of “roadside” architecture and infrastructural design?”
Charging Electric Cars in a Solar Forest
So these should only exist on the perimeter of the ecovillage, I am guessing.