Category Archives: Culture

Our Global Food System

A blog post from ECO City Farms I wrote on November 8, 2011: On November 1st, while listening to PRI’s “the World” segment on the local NPR station, I heard two short five minute reports on our food system. Our … Continue reading

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Dutch Approach to Water Management

A blog post I made for Provision Library on 9/14/2011 summarizing an event I attended at the Resources for the Future:   Today I attended a morning discussion called “Managing Extreme Events in our Rivers and Coastal Areas: Reflections on … Continue reading

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African Underground: Hip Hop in Senegal

This is a repost of a blog entry I made for Provisions Library on July 13, 2011. This post opened the door for me to connect with the producer, Ben Herson a few weeks later:   http://o.snagfilms.com/film.swf Africa Underground: Hip … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Ben Herson of Nomadic Wax

This is a repost of a blog entry I made for Provisions Library on July 27, 2011:   Ben Herson visited the Provisions Library today. He is the founder and director of Nomadic Wax, “a global hip-hop record label and … Continue reading

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Augusto Boal’s Invisible Theater

This is a repost of a blog entry I made fro Provisions Library on July 13, 2011:   Radical Street Performance, an anthology of essays edited by Jan Cohen-Cruz, is part of Provisions Library’s collection. The essays focus on street … Continue reading

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Greece’s Failing Economy and Social Shift

Another blog entry I made for Provisions Library from June 29, 2011:   On July 28, Arianna Huffington shared the perspective she gained from her recent visit to Greece in Postcard from Greece.  Her perspective is worth reading, especially since … Continue reading

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Joel Makower: Green Marketing is OVER

A repost of a blog entry for Provisions Library from June 8, 2011:   Joel Makower, co-founder and executive editor of GreenBiz.com, recently declared green marketing is dead. The data shows that selling green goods to consumers does not create … Continue reading

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