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money money money

I think Evoke has to focus on equitable distribution of financial means and equitable payment for labor. And another problem is child slavery, where we have to focus on next.

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The Gift Of Fair Trade from Alejandro Estrada on…

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Added by Tilo Richter on July 2, 2012 at 10:32am — No Comments

risk = hazard + outrage

I particularly like the section "risk = hazard + outrage". I had not thought of the process in those terms before, but now I am looking at the issues from a different angle. Thanks for the thought-provoking information.

 

While dealing with this topic I came across watching some of Peter Sandman's videos. I found it even more interesting and easier to understand than just reading about it. So here is one of the videos:

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Added by Tilo Richter on June 23, 2012 at 12:46pm — 1 Comment

becoming wildlife landowner

In 1967, the Government of Namibia gave de-facto ownership of wildlife over to landholders. This change in wildlife law proved to be the model for the sustainable-use of natural resources and has been copied throughout southern Africa, resulting in the resurgence of wil...dlife populations and the empowerment of rural peoples. This is an abbreviated version…

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Added by Tilo Richter on June 17, 2012 at 7:35pm — No Comments

Mc Donalds donation

I have to admit, that I never donated money by Mc Donalds. So I took my change and donated it for good purposes ;)

Added by Tilo Richter on June 11, 2012 at 1:35pm — No Comments

bio or Bio?

I agree with Claudia Siatkowski on this one. It is difficult to face a "real" crisis in Germany / Lower Saxony. But Lower Saxony is known for their agriculture and here is the problem. Many of us move to cities to get better jobs, enjoy the benefits of urban life or studying.

On the way to a better world we must first begin with ourselves, because in a healthy body is a healthy mind.

But how healthy is our food REALLY?

Of course there are healthy foods to buy in the…

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Added by Tilo Richter on June 11, 2012 at 1:14pm — No Comments

Mobile Payment is changing the world

I think mobile payments will be established within the next 5 years. Money is already digitized for years, then why not also use the same on the…

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Added by Tilo Richter on May 29, 2012 at 9:37am — 3 Comments

Water changes everything

Well I have to admit that this isn't just a project, but it's an entire organization, which fights for clean water in the wh*** world. Health. Education. Food security, the lives of women, especially depends on clean water. They help countries all over the world. You can donate money to support so many projects. You can't fight just one crisis. So normally I'm not for donations in general, but I like the idea to support more projects.

You can check out this map, to find out where your…

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Added by Tilo Richter on May 21, 2012 at 2:58pm — No Comments

dishes from the pill?

Earlier, it was theorized that in the 21st Century, feeds mainly on pills.. But today, food is an expression of culture, creativity and reflects our personality and status.

So I do not see any entire new food on our dining tables. Nevertheless some food will change, like ’functional food’, but most will stay the same.

Well, I see myself in a small restaurant serving only local and seasonal food. And they are using fresh herbs from their own garden to refine the food. This…

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Added by Tilo Richter on May 14, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments

African Sustainable house

Several years ago my parents once worked on a project of the INEP-Institute gGmbH called "African Sustainable House". The project was about building houses to sustain itself with heat and energy supply in Africa. It uses solar panels to generate the required energy. Additionally, it is designed so that it achieves a low energy consumption.

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Added by Tilo Richter on May 14, 2012 at 10:35am — 2 Comments

sitting, waiting, harvesting ...

watchin' my strawberrys getting mellow ..

I will share my earnings. promised ;)

Added by Tilo Richter on May 7, 2012 at 12:14pm — 1 Comment

food security ... in Lower Saxony?

#Hey,

I live in Lower Saxony and have to admit that "food security" is difficult to perceive in Central Europe.

But there are clues pointing to the fact that we have to pay attention to our food.

First, every seventh child goes to school hungry. Why? - Is it showing signs of starvation in Germany?

Well.. No. However, I would like to invite you to look into the future. There are over 900 "Tafeln" (you can get food for free) nationwide and the number of families who…

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Added by Tilo Richter on May 7, 2012 at 11:47am — No Comments

food security ... in Lower Saxony?

#Hey,

I live in Lower Saxony and have to admit that "food security" is difficult to perceive in Central Europe.

But there are clues pointing to the fact that we have to pay attention to our food.

First, every seventh child goes to school hungry. Why? - Is it showing signs of starvation in Germany?

Well.. No. However, I would like to invite you to look into the future. There are over 900 "Tafeln" (you can get food for free) nationwide and the number of families who…

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Added by Tilo Richter on May 7, 2012 at 11:43am — No Comments

Living on the countryside

Well, I do not know where I'll be 2020, but one should never forget where you came from. So I think I also like to have 2020 at home.

home sweet home..

Added by Tilo Richter on May 1, 2012 at 6:28pm — 2 Comments

My first "real" hero

Curtis Chang, founder and CEO of Consulting Within Reach.

I like his opinion to Genetic Medicine!

read this, and start thinking about ...

Will Genetic Medicine Make Us Immortal, or Make Us Monsters?

I send a friend request on facebook, to stay in contact.

Added by Tilo Richter on April 30, 2012 at 8:31pm — No Comments

"Try living for a week on $2 a day."

Why I chose this?!

Well, there are so many ways to "change the world", eg "like" greenpeace on facebook, donate money or even demonstrate. But to spend money wisely is one of the important. Many of us buy a lot of stuff without thinking . So if they want steak five times a week, they just go to the supermarket and buy it. And because of these mass behavior we get more and more imbalance to cultures which can not afford those behavior.

So just start thinking, next time you enter…

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Added by Tilo Richter on April 30, 2012 at 7:44pm — No Comments

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