Tags » Behaviour

Colonial animals.

When it comes to defending their territories humans are just like ants, bees etc. but, unlike ants, bees etc. we commemorate, celebrate even, the murderous events for decades after whilst learning nothing about changing our animalistic ways.


Why do we lie to ourselves?

Book by evolutionary biologist Robert Trivers, The Folly of Fools: The Logic of Deceit and Self-Deception in Human Life, addresses the question.  Partial answer (and book review) below. 1,145 more words


Motivation Motivation!

What is the single thing that has the power of improving your child’s behaviour, either if it is a handful little one or a child with disability? 399 more words

Businesses are engaging in renewable energy

The low-carbon energy transition is seeing many changes in the way we address sustainable energy. While we often think about this in terms of individual consumers, the corporate world is also reacting, as shown in an article by the staff of the ClickGreen website. 492 more words

Renewable Energy


This incident happened a while back when I had the three dogs, Madam, TJ and Little Monkey.

The old dogs, especially TJ, were only able to manage short walks, and I often took them on their own slow walk then returned and took LM out on a faster long walk. 429 more words


Cry Cry Till you Fly!!

Everyone of us have heard about the phrase, “Survival of the fittest”. To survive, we struggle. We compete. We work hard. In the end,we expect a positive outcome, an outcome which dwells in our favor, an outcome which is acceptable to the society, to the people, to the family and friends. 605 more words


Inspiring consumers to invest in energy efficiency

Lisa Cohn writes a thoughtful post on the EnergyEfficiencyMarkets.com website on the effect of photos to inspire us to invest in energy efficiency. What affects you? 359 more words

Energy Efficiency