A crash course in changing the world.
World Water Day 2020 ….Delayed until 2021
This is a continuation from my Imagine 3…Continue
Added by John D. Boyden on May 18, 2010 at 6:43pm — No Comments
I may have more, but lol I think this is the next largest lot! I have about 30 posts on blogging notes I've made to review... for today Here:
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Searching the news will provide you the projects that are catching the eye of the news. Publicity like this is expensive to buy, but free? It is INVALUABLE! How can you get your project featured in the news?
Buenos aires. It's Huerta nino, " child's Garden" a sustainable gardening project.
Added by John D. Boyden on May 8, 2010 at 8:43pm — No Comments
One of a series of 8 videos on water from National Geographic. Well worth the time to watch. Each is around 5 minutes in length and provides local information, perspective and attitudes. Sorry about the Advertising, but Thass part of our internet life too. This project is from Lake Okavango, Botswana,.
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I look forward to what others find. A couple hours research, the another hour writing, leave me with this blog :) I gotta say I like the merry-go-round electricity creation for water pumps! Small ways to add electrical power are described in my fictional (but it isn't THAT fictional) story: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/design-a-new-way-to-power
The Water crisis is real. Evoke URLS…Continue
We have a new kind of game here that encourages the user to take action in their real lives. You may not have thought of it, but we are a social action group.. The members of this online game will move into “in life” action. Whether it changes only your knowledge, or thinking in small ways or channels your energies into career choices, it will affect you.. As a long time…Continue
Like the dream of lead into gold, using water for fuel has "fueled" research, dreamers and inventors for years. However research is increasingly showing this is possible. Here are some stories you may not have seen.
US Navy's water-kerosene-based jet fuel
Follow-up on the cancer researcher's water to…Continue
A continuation of http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/the-apocalypse-march-10-2020 and building on…Continue
Just lol a little fiction for thought... I'm sure some knowledgeable people will post some useful realistic possibilities in response...
Aren't micro transmitters and conversion modules wonderful? Using everything possible in my house, it all now generates electricity. It all started with unused but still functioning solar panels on the roof(true fact). Realizing they had once been attached to a huge water heater that no longer worked, (pure fiction from here on out)…Continue
There are so many resources shared that it is simply amazing. Here are the ones I have gathered this week and there are way too many. I've tried to give credit, beginning a day after i started this week's effort. But lol you know what it is like to be flying around this site trying to do everything while realizing you can only touch on a few things in the time you have available :)…Continue
Who else is inventing creative, sustainable ways to power our everyday lives?…Continue
Nothing is more important than family. Everything starts there. We strive to protect. We strive to provide. And we fail and we succeed. As we move from existence through that bare survival stage that rarely allows thoughts beyond immediate needs, we progress to increasing awareness, desires, hopes-and fears of losing…Continue
The apocalypse : March 10, 2020. What are you eating for dinner?
Use what you've learned about food security this week to imagine a meal from the…Continue
Remember: food security isn't about a single meal. It's about long-term solutions.
Here are some ideas to get you started.…
What's the biggest food security challenge near you?…Continue
Throughout history this has been a basic in all…Continue
By now-and we haven’t even got to the second Quest and mission- you may be feeling a little overwhelmed! I know that…Continue
This time around, I'm taking on another point from the innovation guideline:
talk to the people who have the problem – and LISTEN to what they have to say
Please recognize that it sounds simple, but isn't. You also need to know that not many people do it. Let's look at why they don't and why we have to learn it.
First of all most people don't…Continue
My cell phone went off. I looked up. I opened the drawer where I keep it. I ran through the possibilities. War? Another predicted famine? More flooding from tsunamis or artic flow melts? Did I miss another major Easrthquake? I'd check the news after...
It was-looking at the clock-Two Am. I was finishing another long day, teaching, working with the medical team, and then planting a little barley, outside the little village in Morroco, where I live. At this hour, I'd just…Continue