Look at the entire emerging network and see how all persons, institutions, and projects are connected and related to the taxonomy terms.
A Mindset for the Anthropocene
Welcome to the AMA Project, a platform for exploring the synergies between inner transformation and sustainability.
Through our interactive database, you can explore the global network of people, initiatives, organizations, publications, and other resources that connect the cultivation of mindsets with efforts for socio-ecological transformation.
We hope you find inspiration and valuable connections!
The resources for the socio-ecological transformation are already present. Our emphasis is on connecting what is there. On a deeper level, this includes fostering awareness of the relatedness of ourselves and the more-than-human world.
Sustainability and Consciousness
Many people seem to see consciousness as something personal and largely separate from approaches to sustainability. For us, both aspects belong together. We collect and share resources to explore synergy potentials between fields and communities.
See how aspects of Inner Change and Sustainability are connected in a network.
More specifically, dive into how the taxonomies of Sustainability and Inner Change are related and which unexpected connections exist to your field of interest.
Find Local Actors
Through the map, you can find local actors from specific regions, either from a perspective that is surprisingly close or from the other side of the world.
Showing different taxonomies in a matrix view helps to reflect biases of the own perspective and actively look into those areas that are less obvious and often neglected.
About the data
How the Data was created
The data have been collected through the team of the AMA project at IASS and its network since 2015. They represent research results from publicly available data combined with data from the self-organization process of the network.
How the Taxonomy works
All entries are labeled based on a shared set of keywords related to their content, perspective, and purpose. This vocabulary structures the database and helps you find the content that best meets your needs and interest.