|“An unexamined life is
not worth living.” (Socrates)
UN Environment Award,
This is my personal web site, workspace, and web log. It is where I present myself professionally, as a speaker, author, and business advisor. In addition, it serves as a place for things that do not have a home elsewhere. Principally, at this point, this includes my work on “the Human Project,” a multidisciplinary inquiry into the continuing evolution of our species. This is the underlying theme of all of my interests: given the reality of history, what is our direction as humans, as the most “advanced” expression of the force of life in our corner of the universe?
My principal everyday focus is on creating the Center for Leadership in Sustainability, growing out of my work as Senior Fellow at Fairleigh Dickinson University‘s Institute for Sustainable Enterprise. (DISCLAIMER: Please note the views presented here are my own, and do not represent the views of the Institute for Sustainable Enterprise or Fairleigh Dickinson University.) I am also available to speak on a number of topics to groups of any size; my presentations make the point that we face both an overwhelming challenge, and an overwhelming opportunity, in making the transition to more sustainable planet.
My work is spread over several dozen web sites, personal, political, and professional. Some of these are listed below, with brief descriptions. Once this listing is more or less complete, it will give a good overview of my interests, preoccupations, and dilemmas.
The photos above include my grandfather Herman Bernstein, my mother Hilda Cloud, my sister Joyce Abell, my daughter Ilana, and my wife Victoria Zelin-Cloud. For more of my posted photos, click here. The most complete information on my grandfather can be found here.
- Originally created January 4th, 2013