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The jade vine blooms!

“So, what’s your vote? What’s the most amazing flower here?” a father asked his two young children. He sat on the knee-high edge of a long reflecting pool that ran the length of a stately glasshouse. 1,833 more words

Natural History

Biomimetics and Biophilia - the new sustainable construction?

There is a new language and lexicon emerging within the world of built environment sustainability, from circular economy to biophilia,  indicating a maturing of construction’s approach, moving from better waste management to circular economy thinking, from biodiversity management to biophilia. 300 more words


Is biophilia present in media technology and in our use of social media?

It has been 30 years since E. O. Wilson coined the term biophilia to talk about our “innate tendency to focus on life and lifelike processes” (quoted by Thomas, 2013, p. 1,080 more words

Social Networks

The story of Corrie Moreau

I had the opportunity to attend a dinner with one of my academic crushes last week…E.O. Wilson!  I’ve met him once before and although he did not remember me (nor did I expect him to), both experiences were very pleasant.  495 more words


“To be a naturalist is not just an activity, but an honorable state of mind.” — E.O. Wilson


Going for Goals

A Goal, as defined by Webster, is the object of a person’s ambition or effort, an aim or desired result.

Setting goals are in my opinion, what keep us as humans moving forward both physically and emotionally. 505 more words

You are capable of more than you know.  Choose a goal that seems right for you and strive to be the best, however hard the path.

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