Mark A. Burch

Mark A. Burch is an author, educator, and group facilitator who has practiced simple living since the 1960s, and since 1995, offers presentations, workshops and courses on voluntary simplicity.

He is the retired Director of the Campus Sustainability Office for The University of Winnipeg, former Co-Director of the Simplicity Practice and Resource Centre, and former Instructional Fellow with the Canadian School of Peacebuilding in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He has been a featured guest on CBC-TV Man Alive, and What On Earth?, CBC Radio Ideas, Vision TV’s The Simple Way, and a radio columnist on Discovering Simplicity for CBC-Winnipeg. He has published five books on voluntary simplicityincluding The Hidden Door: Mindful Sufficiency as an Alternative to Extinction and Stepping Lightly: Simplicity for People and the Planet. 

Simplicity Institute Reports by Mark A. Burch are listed below:

Twenty Questions: Technology and Simple Living (Simplicity Institute Report, 12f, 2012)
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Educating for Simple Living (Simplicity Institute Report, 12j, 2012)
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The Simplicity Exercises: A Sourcebook for Simplicity Educators (Simplicity Institute Report, 12k, 2012) Mark A. Burch

Mindfulness: The Doorway to Simple Living (Simplicity Institute Report, 12n, 2012)
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Communicating Simplicity (Simplicity Institute Report, 12o, 2012)
 Mark A. Burch

Simplicity and Economy (Simplicity Institute Report, 12q, 2012) Mark A. Burch

Simplicity, Sustainability, and Human Rights (Simplicity Institute Report, 12r, 2012)
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Sufficiency: Enough, For Everyone, Forever (Simplicity Institute Report, 12t, 2012)
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