A crash course in changing the world.
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 :)
Creating inclusive cities in India
farm ideas for autistic chidren
"Solutions are in our nature"
a family of charitable foundations operating in Canada, Israel, and the United States. Our mission is to encourage young people to strengthen their knowledge of their heritage, history and culture, as well as support programs to improve the quality of life in Israel.
from Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys
This group is at Berkeley
This is a program in Columbia University
This one in at Stanford
This one in Harvard
Food Security has many angles one of them is what we eat:
Why eat sustainable?
The issues http://www.sustainabletable.org/issues/
Some cooking ideas and yummy sustainable recipes by the Sierra Club
the group that inspired me to build a global network of Community
The Rebuilding Center
We Collaborate as a Distributed Network
... It´s biommimicry, we
learned from Nature
and even philosophy
JOIN THE COMMUNITY URBAN FARMS
"When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion." –
... comes from INEGI (National
Institute for Geography and Statistic)
terms. How can we collaborate learning from nature?
whichare distributed networks.
distributed network can be a model for the EVOKE
Network and for a Network of Community Urban Farms
Kindness breeds more Kindness
If you are traveling anywhere in the World you can stay for FREE at a Couchsurfers place. If a Couchsurfer is traveling to your town and you accept them they can stay at your place for free.
15 FREE Tools for web based collaboration for EVOKE Agents. We all live in different parts of the world, the best way to stay in touch is this website and through FREE web tools available at:
Secret Society for Creative Philanthropy
Quote: " I believe useful
innovation comes from a deep understanding of traditions and the real
needs of the the people you are working with. It´s not about helping,
it´s about collaboration and innovating respecting cultural traditions
and not trying to impose external cultural values."
about planting a feed sack garden, talk about using materials in innovative ways!
Please read this FAO by UN that shows there are crop
reserves for almost everything
A World Bank Blog on ICT use in Education
Caroline Meeks on March 11, 2010 at 6:57pm
K–NFB Reading echnology
How to Plant a Feed Sack Garden
Making a Bag Garden in Uganda
Talking books "Literacy Bridge"
Pass on gifts
Dinner is served
Autonomy, mastery, and Purpose. really good video, worth seeing!
Tangerini's Spring Street Farm offers everything you
love about visiting the farm:
The open source washing machine project aims to rethink the way we wash clothes around the world, in accordance with economical, sociological, cultural and environmental aspects.
Community Supported Agriculture
An interesting venture we could all help with!
Neat, cool housing possibilities
JAM-focuses on nutritional feeding
John D. Boyden
The goal is to enable the winners to turn their idea into commercially viable solutions to the energy problems facing the region.
WARMTH-base on nutrition projects
Lean on Me-improves lives of people affected by HIV/AIDS
The Children Hospital Child
ONLINE GAMES, SUPEREMPOWERMENT, AND A BETTER WORLD