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Innovation is all about taking the Next Step.  That means looking at a situation, recognizing the unique skills and knowledge that you alone can bring to it, and then acting.  For today’s challenge, you will all take the Next Step.

Find someone else on the Network who has contributed something that inspires you.  It could be a blog post, a photograph, a drawing, or a video.  Now, in a separate post, take the Next Step.  Add your unique knowledge and experience to the mix.  The next step could take many forms, and I leave it to you, Agents, to decide what that means for yourselves. 

Tag your Next Step “NEXTSTEP” and make sure to link to the post that originally inspired you. You will earn up to +20 Power Votes from me and my team for your Next Steps.  In addition, we will award up to +20 Spark for the post that inspired you.

Good luck, Agents.  This challenge will end at 2359 GMT on Tuesday, March 9.

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I did the next step yesterday (9th) but haven't been recognised - boo...:o) Anyway, I've done it, acted on it, and then done some more - so I think I deserve some power...:o) chhers, Alchemy in advance for the backdated power! I'm in Kent, England - I don't know if the time difference is having an adverse effect??
It is better to look at the situation and then understand the underlying *cause*. Overpopulation is the underlying cause of ever-shortening resources.
We talk about food security because birth control is unacceptable to many cultures. This has to change; eventually there won't be enough food no matter *how* secure the supply is.
Education can create change. And yes, change can bring loss of a culture.
But What is "lost" if a culture "loses" its bias against birth control? History has taught us: cultures that "lose" their destructive biases q.v. overpopulation--survive.
The problem-solving of Evoke is obviously to help people survive.
So let's go to the root problem.

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