How I discovered the Japanese art of Ikigai and applied it to the way that I read and study.
Excellent interactive site from TIME magazine, narrated by Dame Goodall about the climate crisis and what it will be like to live in 2050.
What does carbon look like when it is pulled out of the sky and sequestered into the land? The high carbon soil sample on the left comes from a pasture … Continue reading What’s So Sexy About Soil?
One guys obsession to inspire people to care about the climate crisis, by showing them photographs instead of data.
Saving The Planet Begins At Breakfast by Jonathan Safran Foer
A fast but insightful trip through the 17 biggest questions about climate change, answered beautifully by the environmental team at the New York Times. Read this: It’s a few minutes … Continue reading Climate Change Q&A by New York Times
“You can change the world just by sharing your (short) story”.
So, what did you do in the last 12 months? Next Tuesday is the 12 month anniversary of Greta Thunberg skipping school to campaign about the climate crisis. Speeches, songs, … Continue reading What Did You Do In The Last 12 Months?
A lot can happen in 10 minutes. And the human brain is capable than far more than you think. So what could YOU do to make a difference?
“The Star Thrower” is part of a 16-page essay of the same name by Loren Eiseley (1907–1977), published in 1969 in The Unexpected Universe. A fair share of self-help types … Continue reading The Starfish Problem
Which are the “best” TED talks on climate change? Not just the ones with the most views. I asked IBM’s artificial intelligence to help me find out.