Today is the first day of the Bloggers' Circle. As a member I am required at least twice a month to write about a post from another circle member.
Just to show willing, I have chosen one from the interesting first set of eight links which members submitted for peer review.
I chose it because it is positive, short and clever with a good combination of a national issue and personal anecdote. As someone who writes posts that tend to be too long and too clunky, this, I know, is how blog posting should be.
Climate change has highlighted the duty of current generations to those who come after us. Philipa Duthie explores some of the lessons we can learn from indigenous cultures and new moves to deliver intergenerational justice.
Public services, commercial corporations and spontaneous social movements: what's the power they all lack? How might public service reform not flounder through shoehorning dynamism into a universalist and planned approach? How might businesses become genuinely socially responsible rather than merely intoning fine sounding rhetoric?