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Be Kind to Animals | Nandita’s Vision for the Future

Continuation of our series, see previous post. This month we are inviting children to join the conversation, and be vocal members of the conscious community. 6 year old Nandita gives us her wish, that we are kind to animals. And she also gives us a little lesson about Pangolins! Watch video for more! Next post…

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3000 AD – Treehouses, Peace and Freedom from Pollution | Sara Kane

This month, we have decided to bring children into the conversation, after all they should be the ones who tell us what kind of future to wish for. Sara Kane visualises what the world will be like in 3000 AD. Will it be modern or tech savvy, or something quite different? Watch the video to…

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Permaculture, DIY and Circular Economics | The Odd Gumnut

Continuation of our series, see previous post. Hello friends! We are The Odd Gumnut ; a living breathing plant-filled Permaculture place in Panchgani, India. As a couple of Indian-Australian-American hybrids – the globe-trottin’ type – we bring the world’s seeds, artifacts, guests, ideas, and experiences to our land. The farm supports our organic diet and is…

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From Fire Springs Life: A Geneticists Perspective | Daniel Gregory

Continuation of our series, see previous post. Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga Instructor in Mariposa, California (USA) Written: May 23rd, 2020 I squint through a thick haze to locate the road as my families van careens through the Merced river canyon. A quick glance in the rear view mirror reveals the bright red trailer I am…

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My Journey from Soil to Soul | Jazzakah Mapasa

Continuation of our series, see previous post. I go by the name Jazzakah Mapasa, working as project assistant for Schools and Colleges Permaculture (SCOPE) Malawi. I come from Malawi, a country where farming is the backbone of its economy. Farming has always fascinated me. As a kid growing up on my father’s farm, I couldn’t differentiate…

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Come Forage with Me | Madhuri Vijaykumar

Continuation of our series, see previous post. We explore sustainable living with a twist this week with this video that shows us how one can learn how to find food in the wild and start noticing the details in nature in order to fend for ourselves. Madhuri lives in a village in Kumaon Uttarakhand in…

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A Young Chef’s Vision on Sustainability

Valerie Lucas, a trained chef, writes from Reunion Island. A small part of France, separated by thousands of kilometres of ocean. She writes about the future of the restaurant business, and her vision for a positive future post the COVID-19 crisis.

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