A lot of great uses and ideas of how to use leaves and vegetation in survival situations. From rope, to cooking, and even for shelter.
The International Society of Biourbanism (ISB) is an international network of scholars and design professionals dedicated to transforming architecture and planning practice through the application of scientific theory. The ISB's annual summer school will take place on July 13-20 in Artena, Italy. This year's theme is "Neuroergonomics and Sociogenesis." I talked to ISB president Antonio Caperna and general secretary and research director Stefano Serafini about their work and its relevance to environmental justice.
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At the Clinton Global Initiative America event today, Freelancers Union founder and executive director Sara Horowitz unveiled a new national benefits platform for free agents. The program allows the 42 million freelancers across the U.S. to gain access to a slew of benefits they would not normally get that has been specifically vetted and curated by Freelancers Union:
Top image and article cross-posted from Nourished Kitchen.
- IMF Frets About Giant Sucking Sound Of Hot Money, Wants To Take Over Global Monetary Policy
- Germany's Gold: Auf Wiedersehen
- Gold Price Relative To Monetary Base At All-Time Low
- Buying Up the Planet: Out-of-control Central Banks on a Corporate Buying Spree
- What Crude Oil Says about Silver
- ISIS: Is It All About The Oil?
- From barrels to biology: Scientists develop cost-competitive bioderived polymers for a post-petroleum future
- Nearly Half Of Detroit Water Customers Can’t Pay Their Bill
Inspired by the principles of open source software, the concept of Open Social Innovation aims to document social innovations so they can be more easily shared.
How can we share and transfer sustainable social practices across communities?
In this week's Off the Cuff podcast, Chris and Brian Pretti discuss:
- Moribund Capital
- Asset prices are rising due to money that will never hit the economy
- Absence Of Useful Market Signals
- No reliable benchmarks for the investor to trust
- Dead Volatility
- Making the market more vulnerable once it returns to life
- Zombie Economies
- Too many sovereign nations have become the 'financial undead'
Four years ago, a 1,000-year flood event left Nashville, Tennessee underwater. About 19 inches of rain fell in two days, and the Cumberland River breached its levees when it crested at nearly 52 feet — a level it hadn't reached since 1937. A number of other area rivers also broke record levels, including the Duck, the Harpeth, the Red, and the Buffalo. Property damage, injuries, and deaths all followed.
- A quarter of India's land is turning into desert - minister
- The Best- and Worst-Paid Jobs in America—in 1 Ludicrously Long Chart
- The Simple Path To Empowerment
- Russian aircraft buzz US Navy destroyer: How big a deal?
- Iraq a minor bump on the road to an inevitable oil price surge
- Why What You Know About The Global Energy Game Is Wrong
- Goats In The City? Making A Case For Detroit's Munching Mowers
- Groups Appeal to UN for 'Humanity' as Detroit Shuts Off Water to Thousands
- Why Argentina Should Default ... Again
- New Offering for Job Seekers: Fewer Embarrassing Social Media Photos
- A Second Career, Happily in the Weeds
- Doug Casey: Greatest Theft in World History Occurring Right Now
- Global Stocks Rise for Week to Records Amid Fed Support
- Worrisome Growth Pattern
- Teens Create A Way To Use Urine As Fuel
- Pure Genius: How Dean Kamen's Invention Could Bring Clean Water To Millions
- The open source revolution is coming and it will conquer the 1% - ex CIA spy
- Gas Prices Hit Record Highs Across Parts Of Canada
- In Susan B. Anthony List Cast, Supreme Court Votes for the Right to Lie
- Bacon Prices Soar Amid Pork Industry Crisis
- Aid Scarce as Pakistanis Flee Conflict
- Molten salt reactor concept has new Transatomic Power lift
- Why Elon Musk Is Doubling Down on Solar Power
- White House task force charged with saving bees from mysterious decline
Last year, I prepped and installed some of my fruit tree guilds. I had planned to install the following guilds around my zone 2 fruit trees. As with most plans, they did not go exactly according to plan. I had trouble getting some of the plants and seed, and I decided to plant more chicken friendly edibles, as these trees are inside the chicken paddocks. Having said that, my original plan was good, so I am listing it below, in case you might want to copy it. The important thing is that you install ample nitrogen fixers, nutrient accumulators, pollinator attractors, and pest repellants.
The video below shines a bright light on these trends and the risks we face as a result. But it also offers hope. If we take action now, while there's still time, there's much we can do not only to reduce our personal vulnerability to these threats, but also to step into this new future with newfound optimism:
It's been a busy 10 months...
Behind the scenes, we've been hard at work completely overhauling the Crash Course video series. I'm extremely happy to announce today that we're ready to start rolling it out.
- Australian troops sent to Iraq to help secure embassy
- Beijing has almost the same population as these countries
- A Glimpse of Syrian Lives Ravaged by War in Homs
- It’s Official: The Boomerang Kids Won’t Leave
- 25 Shocking Facts About The Earth’s Dwindling Water Resources
- The Do’s and Don’ts of Water Usage
- More on the Energetics of Food Distribution
- The World’s Top Polluters And What They’re Doing About It
Just a few hours ago, amid the reports of fighting in and around the Baiji refinery in northern Iraq, there were plenty of assurances that the main Iraqi forces were in complete control.
- Ukraine Faces Backlash as Devaluation Ravages Foreign-Currency Borrowers
- WHITEHEAD: Has the Dept. of Homeland Security become America’s standing army?
- Argentina dealt double blow over bondholder fight
- Price Index for Meats, Poultry, Fish & Eggs Rockets to All-Time High
- Google and Facebook can be legally intercepted, says UK spy boss
- Our opinion: Welcome to Plantation America
- The Coming Crash Of The Financial And Monetary System
- Strong words from Marc Faber: Cheap gold, biased media, Fed insanity
- 40 maps that explain food in America
- Infertility in Spanish Pigs Has Been Traced to Plastics. A Warning for Humans?
- State asks judge to reject pension suits
- American Imperialism and Non-Conventional Warfare in Iraq: Premeditated Covert Operations and the ISIS Insurgency
- The death of the American mall
Daily Digest 6/18 - Italian PM Seeks Austerity Relief, Young Americans ‘Living Paycheck To Paycheck’
- U.S. Postal Service: ‘The Financial Hole We’re In Is So Deep’
- Japan continues to count cost of idled reactors
- Montreal city employees stop work to protest pension bill
- IMF says Italy's recovery fragile, needs 'bold, quick' reforms
- Italian PM seeks austerity relief in return for Juncker backing
- France's State Auditor Warns on Deficit Target
- Survey: 56 Percent Of Young Americans ‘Living Paycheck To Paycheck’
- Savings cuts may be wild card in Detroit bankruptcy vote
- Portugal to be monitored until 2045 despite bailout exit
- American Airlines cutting flights to Venezuela
Cooperatives represent a growing segment of the economy with an estimated 30,000 enterprises and 100 million members in the U.S. alone. A great way to bring democracy into the workplace, coops can be built from scratch, but they can also be created by converting existing businesses into worker-owned cooperatives. For retiring business owners as well as entrepreneurs, selling a business to employees is a way to strengthen the business while getting a return on investment.