Pyramid 2012 is a voluntary, global-scale workshop event that is linked (unofficially) to the “Rio+20″ sustainability summit.
Pyramid is a tool you can use with groups of any kind to learn more about sustainability — locally, or globally. You can also use it to create a sustainable development ideas and projects. The process is fun, fast-paced, and productive.
Pyramid (also known as “Building the Pyramid”) is a workshop process that was invented in 2001-2002 as a way to accelerate learning and planning for sustainable development … and anything else that has “the good of the whole” as its core purpose. Schools and universities use Pyramid for classroom education. Companies and organizations use it to create new initiatives or plans. Communities have used it to find new ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, recover after a disaster, and more.
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