Why You Should Have The Right To Repair

New year, new stuff? Not if these guys can help you get a new part or a quick repair for a fraction of the price. That’s what the Right to Repair movement is all about.

Why Regeneration Needs Third Spaces

Central Park in New York City, USA, is one of the most famous third spaces in the world. Photo by Chris Turgeon.
A big part of regenerating land and spaces is about making them more human-friendly and locally livable, A.K.A. designing and building communities that don’t require long car rides in order to get basic needs met. And a big part of doing that is purposefully incorporating “third spaces”.

Animals That Came Back From The Brink

White Rhinos on a reserve in South Africa. South African wildlife reserves raised the rhinos that were reintroduced to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Photo by  Nadine Venter.
Animal conservation efforts have been underway for decades, and they’re working! Several important animals have made a comeback in the last few years - some from the brink of extinction - to rejoin and thrive in their natural habitats.

The immortal trees that outlived the dinosaurs

A lane lined with maidenhair/ginkgo trees.  Photo from Unsplash
Some things just never change. Like these plants that have existed since the time of the dinosaurs, which we find somewhat comforting.

Flex your antifragile muscles!

Photo by  Andres Ayrton
We keep talking about antifragility, but what on earth is that, anyway?

Building More Resilient Cities

Qnuli Stormwater Park, China
One of the most satisfying experiences in life is to find one solution that solves several problems at once. And that’s exactly what’s been happening in China, the United States and Scotland. Cities are turning to renewable energy and earth-friendly solutions to solve problems of economic growth, water management and financial stability: