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Culture and Sustainability
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This is a general call out to all of you with cultural backgrounds (i.e. everyone!)I am looking quite seriously at the effects of culture on sustainable practices, both positive and negative, and was…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Akinwale, Oluwadamilola Mar 22, 2010.

GAME2 - all credit due to Amanda Jeffrey for the idea!
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GAME1: Power Evocation, the Player Made GameThis was started by Amanda Jeffrey, and I've got to say that that was a brilliant plan. How's about we continue the chain with:GAME2: Player Upliftment,…Continue

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Food shortage? In Cape Town? What did you say?


This was my response upon reading the second mission given to us by Alchemy. For as long as I can remember (and for me, that's a lot) there's never been talk of a food shortage. Sure, we've had severe water restrictions, so much so that we had to cut short our two-minute showers, but not a food shortage...


That is, until I realised that the two, at least here, are inextricably linked. As IOL.com…
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Posted on March 14, 2010 at 7:52pm

NEXTSTEP: Moving the "Barefoot College" around the world

My NEXTSTEP initiative is based on Reid Falconer's blog post on Bunker Roy - the man who started the Barefoot College. This has made a substantial difference to many people's lives in India, and there's nothing stopping a person from beginning an initiative of the same type anywhere else in the world.


South Africa, both mine and Reid's home country, is a place of great turmoil. While the political situation is somewhat under control, AIDS and HIV are rampant, called…
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Posted on March 9, 2010 at 5:27pm — 5 Comments

The Sustainability Institute - my ACT1, LEARN1 and IMAGINE1, all-in-1!

Having already contacted Eve Annecke, the co-founder of the Sustainability Institute, I realised that I should probably write an article on this topic, seeing as it relates to every blog I've written so far - I want to do something like the Lynedoch EcoVillage, and I'd also love to study Sustainability - how lucky am I that this organisation is but half-an-hour away! Here's my article...Enjoy. This is something that really fascinates me, and hopefully will fascinate some of you too - this is… Continue

Posted on March 7, 2010 at 3:30pm — 5 Comments

Conquering our fear

I've just read a blog, a brilliant one, by Kimberlynne Fox of the USA. It struck a chord with me, because everyone has a fear that they have to overcome. Hers is one of social contact, and I can't blame her - it's scary, striking up conversation with someone you don't know!


Conquering my fears, however, required quite a different situation. It was on the Epic, a sixteen-day camp in the nearby Cederberg, a nature reserve some two hours from Cape Town (by car) that contains…
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Posted on March 7, 2010 at 2:29pm

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Thanks Peter for response. You know EVOKE has driven my senses and I am hundred percent upto this and feeling really very good. Thank you all for being part of this wonderfull network....
 
 
 

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