This is a talk I am working on for a November Impact at Work call with Net Impact. I would love to get feedback to help round this out. Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Thank you, Chris
A Walk in the Park
As we climbed out of our car, I noticed what appeared to be Kudzu (Pueraria lobata) draped across the outer ring of trees. We stopped momentarily while I explained some of the problems caused by the invasive plant and then quickly moved to the park entrance.
Check out this set of short videos on Valentin Abe, the gentlemen who brought fish farming to Haiti. This is a fine example of what a social entrepreneur can do to help people rise above poverty. CNN International’s African Voices program had a nice piece on this Sunda. Below is a link to a video […]
YouTube – The Benefits of a Calm Mind. Not much too say here. Either this rings true, or you’ve probably landed here by mistake. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! -Chris
This wonderful talk from journalist Barbara Ehrenreich, tackles the fallacy of forced positive thinking. Enjoy!
Christine Ottery & George Monbiot share a little love for those who are trying to make things right: Faced with the mind-numbing bad news about the environment over recent months, a couple of us at the Guardian decided to try to cheer ourselves up by finding examples of the right kind of environmental change. We […]
We seem overloaded with problems and headed in negative directions on many fronts. (Environment, society, politics, business, poverty, food, health care, animal & human rights, etc.) On top of that, our governments seem neither inclined to pursue, nor capable of, corrective action.