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Women’s Spaces Radio Show with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Marjorie Favuzzi on EFT Tapping for Trauma Relief and Laura Neish on Sustainable Rebuilding , broadcast via KBBF-FM 89.1 on 11/13/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

Women’s Spaces Radio Show with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Marjorie Favuzzi on EFT Tapping for Trauma Relief and Laura Neish on Sustainable Rebuilding , broadcast via KBBF-FM 89.1 on 11/13/17, has been uploaded to the web archives. 466 more words

Women's Spaces

PhD Thesis: Curating the Co-Inquiry

I was recently awarded a PhD by Published Work from the University of Westminster, and – because of several requests – I’m putting Volume 1 of my thesis (the extended commentary) online. 405 more words

Art

Accidents on a Planetary Scale

Whenever a new technology emerges there also emerges simultaneously the consequents of its accident. The accident is tantamount to technology. Because of globalization, which is the satellization of the City into an orbital function, we have now laid the grounds for global accidents. 234 more words

Geology

One person's Task Day is another person's chance to get out in the fresh air, meet like minded people and contribute to something worthwhile. Programme out NOW !

The new task programme is now out

November 17 – February 18

For many the recent clock change will no doubt mark the point in the year where thoughts turn to the rich colours of leaves, frosty mornings and sitting by a warm fireside. 76 more words

Ecology

Grateful for my inconsiderate neighbors

“If the entire world sought to make itself worthy of happiness rather than make itself happy, then the entire world would be happy.” ― Criss Jami. 246 more words

Daily Post

Sutton Common Scrape all planted up!

As mentioned in my previous post on Sutton Common, October 25th was set to be a planting day – and plant we did!

With a great group of volunteers we sunk over 100 new plants into the thick, sticky clay substrate at Sutton Common scrape. 1,548 more words

Ecology

Biodiversity From Another Perspective

Thanks to Jim Robbins at Yale 360 for this:

Beyond Biodiversity: A New Way of Looking at How Species Interconnect

In a development that has important implications for conservation, scientists are increasingly focusing not just on what species are present in an ecosystem, but on the roles that certain key species play in shaping their environment.

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Biodiversity