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Plant Medicine Knowledge Box

I have found reports about indigenous people in South America using plants for medicine and healing. One tribe, called the Yąnomamö, are known for their huge botanical knowledge and use roughly 500 plants for food, medicine, and house building. If I were to make an object representing this knowledge, I would construct a large hollow wooden box with leaves and herbs hand-carved on the sides and lid. People would be able to write what they know about plant medicines and put them in the box for…

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Posted on July 9, 2012 at 9:20pm

Emergency Dark Site

If I were to make an emergency dark site, I would have it prepared in the case of a food shortage around the world. I would:

  • Have tips on how to conserve and ration food equally
  • Information about how to grow/farm your own food
  • Give contact details of people who could help with food and medical problems, such as an ambulance
  • FAQ's: I would set up a page where people can ask questions and give ideas, as well as notify the public about any action they are…
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Posted on June 22, 2012 at 4:53am

Christchurch Map 2020

In 2020, I think Christchurch will have many more parks, and 'green' areas. There will be a lot of eco-friendly buildings, and all of Christchurch will be more eco-friendly. All structures will be earthquake-strengthened and we will be prepared in the case of another earthquake. Christchurch has had many rebuilds and new structures built in the community, although Christchurch is not fully rebuilt yet. There will be nearly no pollution in the wh*** Canterbury region.

Posted on June 20, 2012 at 1:50am

Urban Resilience

Mainly resilience plans for Christchurch include rebuilding earthquake-damaged structures, and building new earthquake-proof buildings around the city. Also there are plans to make Christchurch a more eco-friendly city, with more parks and sustainable buildings.

Posted on June 19, 2012 at 7:40am

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