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10 Great Reasons To Get Outside More Often

Humans are drawn to nature. We feel better when we spend time in forests, gardens, or parks. Edward O. Wilson termed this desire to connect with nature “biophilia.” It implies that an instinctive bond exists between humans and other living systems. 7 more words

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2015 Spring Equinox ~ Summer Solstice Accomplishments

We hosted our first seasonal donor call on the Spring Equinox because we want our donors to know exactly what we’re doing and why. We will host… 1,561 more words

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Living Systems

Before I dig into each of the 4 key relationships to alleviate poverty I want to first take a moment and explain another underlying philosophy necessary to understanding how these relationships work together. 495 more words

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Raven's Journey Home: A Kindle ebook

Writing this novella for young adults is a significant achievement for me as it took navigating realms of technology that have changed substantially since the book’s conception over forty years ago. 515 more words

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Soul Musings/Day 12: Dance With Life

Thus, rather than seek dominance or control over nature, let us dance with the earth and existing systems. It’s important we begin to appreciate that life is not an accident, not a byproduct, not a random happenstance; life is the purpose of this universe, created and sustained within infinitely complex interdependent systems. 369 more words

Gaye Abbott

New book chapter in "Modéliser & Simuler" vol 2: Mossio, M. and Bich, L. (2014). La circularité biologique: concepts et modèles

Mossio, M. and Bich, L. (2014). La circularité biologique: concepts et modèles.  In F. Varenne, S. Dutreuil, P. Huneman and M. Silberstein (eds.), Modéliser & simuler. 24 more words

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Twelve Simple Rules of Systems Thinking for Complex Global Issues

Written on: March 13, 2014

We came across Louise Diamond’s article Twelve Simple Rules of Systems Thinking for Complex Global Issues via Global Systems Initiatives and thought it was an interesting look into how complex systems operate in our global context.   109 more words

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