Why it is better to be a realist than and optimistic!


We like to think of ourselves as rational creatures. We watch our backs, weigh the odds, pack an umbrella. But both neuroscience and social science suggest that we are more optimistic...

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5 Reasons Why Community Gardens Are Good For Your Neighbourhood


“The first supermarket supposedly appeared on the American landscape in 1946. That is not very long ago. Until then, where was all the food? Dear folks, the food was in homes, gardens,...

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Following in the footsteps of Joel Salatin - Kiwi Style


Creating Paradise in Hawkes Bay The Harts : Back – Rachel and Greg – Front: - Emma, Bill and George Meet the Harts Greg and Rachel Hart own a 610 hectare (1500 acre) sheep...

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Teaching Disadvantaged Youth to Grow Food Instead


TEACHING DISADVANTAGED YOUTH TO GROW FOOD INSTEAD Grow Food Instead founders, Brad Harding and Rachel Yeats, are on a mission to address social disadvantage in accessibility to healthy...

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Cognitive Dissonance and the Climate Crisis


It seems everywhere we turn there is bad news, about the economy, our political institutions are failing us, and environmental destruction and climate change are upon us. With such...

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Arctic Sea Ice Hits Record Low Peak, Again


Arctic Sea Ice Hits Record Low Peak, Again By Andrea Thompson It’s been a winter for the books in the Arctic. Capping off a season of sustained, mind-boggling warm weather and stunted...

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8 Ideas to Help Build Resilience


1. Eat Healthy Organic Local Food Consider incorporating more plant-based whole foods into your diet and eliminating processed packaged foods. Eating a healthy whole food diet facilitates...

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