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Climate Change, including Resilience to Severe Weather – 2nd Review

Communities and partners in Kincardine & Mearns are more resilient and adaptive to current and future effects of climate change, including severe weather. 

Climate Change

My own rebrand

I often have a little chuckle to myself when I think about my marketing career. It seems strange to have worked in an environment for so many years that now holds little interest for me. 584 more words


R is for Resilience & Rose

Anytime you find yourself marred down by self recriminations, focus instead on your resilience. All of the times you’ve picked yourself back up and moved forward (because there is no other option) are examples of your resilience. 463 more words


How to Kickstart Your Local Sharing Movement

by Mira Luna, originally published by Shareable, February, 2014

ShareFests are participatory events designed to connect the local sharing economy that range in size from intimate 20 person sharing events within community organizations like timebanks, to large three day public gatherings with over 3,000 people! 153 more words


What makes Boston "strong"?

While a marathon may be an experience of individual triumph, our experience of last year’s terror remains collective. From near misses to eyewitnesses, our lesson should be how well connected we are. 67 more words



In his book Search Inside Yourself, Chade-Meng Tan explains the foundation of motivation. True and sustainable motivation comes from within ourselves. No outer incentives are as powerful as our own motivation from within. 298 more words

Social Entrepreneurship

Veggie Swap arrives in Sawtell!

Veggie Swaps

According to sources, veggie swaps in Australia first took off in Brunswick, Melbourne, in 2004 with the CERES Urban Orchard Project. The initial idea was to map household fruit tree plantings in the inner city local government areas of Moreland and Darebin, and to encourage householders to gather surplus and unwanted fruit and bring them to a central venue on a regular basis to exchange for other produce. 549 more words

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