Tutu: To live sustainably, we need to talk

By QR Blog Editor 06-11-2012

Writing for The Huffington Post, Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, a Nobel Peace Laureate and Chair of The Elders writes on why inter-generational dislogue is so important in tackling the big issues of the day:

For the sake of our planet, a conversation that needs to be heard is the one between generations, between elders and young people around the world -- and those who are in between.

I leave you with this Kenyan proverb a young activist from Dubai sent us: "The world was not given to you by your parents; it was lent to you by your children."
 
The words are beautiful. Their global nature, in our digital age, is inspiring.
 
Read Archbishop Tutu's full article here

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