A crash course in changing the world.
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:
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…Continue
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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
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…Continue
Added by Tilo Richter on June 11, 2012 at 1:14pm — No Comments