Learning from History: César Manrique’s Artistic Ventures

When looking at César Manrique’s life, it clear to see his love of art in more than one form. César Manrique (April 1919 – September 1992) lived a full life, attempting and succeeding at many large projects that still affect people today. … Continued

Vegan Kili Update #3: Facebook page / VegWorld blurb

By Mike Weinberg Dear Vegan Kilimanjaro Support Group: You can now follow the climb team’s preparation and progress, as well as offer words of advice or encouragement, at www.facebook.com/vegankili. We also have a brand new promotional blurb on VegWorld Magazine’s website at http://www.vegworldmag.com/ (When … Continued

Educate yourself: correspondence course for an environmental certificate

Ever wanted to expand on your knowledge about ecosystems, ecological intelligence, environmental issues and biodiversity development? In June we shared a short course with you by SAN Ecosystems in George, South Africa. But you can learn and get educated in … Continued

Sustainability is unhelpful: we need to think about regeneration

The term sustainability has been stretched to become almost meaningless. It’s time to talk about regeneration, writes Herbert Girardet From: The Guardian For 25 years, sustainable development has been held up as the solution to the world’s problems. But instead we … Continued

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