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Co-creating regenerative moments with Nature as part of Nature
Deb Punton founded Greensong in 2012 in Singapore and relocated to Australia in 2014.
Greensong provides inspiring, creative experiences and workshops that deeply reconnect our innate,
ecological self with each other and nature to sense our interconnected relationships.
A holistic regenerative systems-thinking approach is adopted to ensure sustainability of self, community and environment are foundations of Greensong lifework.
Anthropocentric (egocentric) to ecocentric
Greensong aims to support and inspire individuals and groups by offering simple, enriching and empowering practices, experiences and strategies that can be easily integrated in regular daily life.
The term 'sustainability' emerged in the 1970's as a key concept for environmental and social planning processes. In the 1980's the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) published a report defining sustainable development as, "development that meets the needs of current generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs" (WCED 1987)
Deb, the founder, desires to broaden the sustainability concept from an anthropocentric viewpoint to ecocentric which considers all life, without humans being the noted superior species. She looks at the systems, cycles and rhythms supporting all life; within ourselves, community and our environment.
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