Gaming The Future introduces how an emerging cluster of social entrepreneurs, academic institutions and public agencies in Asheville, North Carolina are utilizing powerful interactive visualization technologies and decision-support techniques to explore new ways of imagining, planning and building a climate adaptive workforce and climate resilient society…for an economically and environmentally sustainable future.
Earthanima: Enchantment from The Earthanima Project on Vimeo. Offering of art, heart, earth and imagination… an invitation to play with connection and relation. How can beauty and imagination guide us in living more compassionately in relationship with our planet, ourselves and each other? Now is a great opportunity for you to open space for exploration […]
First train home, I’ve got to get on itFirst train home, I’ve got to get on it First train home, I’ve got to get on it First Train home(soundtrack for this post) So what? What matters to you?What are your strongest feelings? What is your central wish? What stirs your inmost being? Are you home […]
I’m excited to share with you some news about the city of Austin’s progressive steps towards addressing climate change and how my friend, Jake Stewart, continues to live his passion and compassion into action. Here is the latest word from Jake: I have accepted a position with Austin Energy/City of Austin to run the newly […]
Imagine if everything man made was sacred. Photo: Earthrise from Moon-Orbiting KaguyaCredit & Copyright: SELENE Team, JAXA, NHK
When I try to comprehend the facts of our world, I frequently feel baffled. The profoundness of living on this Earth with all of its diversity of life, land, inhabitants, people’s lifestyles, values, habits, things that happen, things that don’t happen, etc… It’s incredible and so far beyond my ability to comprehend. I was recently […]
“I want people to sail with me through this puzzling and frightening world. I expect to fail at moments on this journey, to get lost–how could I not? And I expect that you too will fail. Even our voyage is cyclical–we can’t help but move from old to new to old. We will vacillate, one […]