Week 7 systems thinking: this water sculpture highlights a closed loop as water is constantly pumped back up the pot. Why can household water not be a closed loop with purifiers?
Week 9 Climate Change: A friends photo of the "Urso Islands" taken today. A floating island city made from reeds that house 2000 across 42 "islands". Housing for the future?
Week 2 Values: Best Ugly Bagels are dependent on their image of being an "it" location but how will this resonate for business when something new comes along
Week 8 inequality: lower socio-ecos are more likely to buy unhealthy food due to cost which is less condusive of study and growth.
Week 8 inequality: M.I.T. offers free computer courses to its students to further their education and give them a better chance with employers
Week 4 needs and wants: my old cellphone versus my new one. Why do consumers feel the need to upgrade for addons when the original already fills its purpose
Week ten sustainable leadership: I only just found out that wen my rust bucket of a honda civic was purchased honda plant 13 native trees in an attempt to offset degredation of the air.
Week eleven character and practical wisdom: my cousin makes a living off making her own jewellery which all started as she was sick of going to malls for "crappy overpriced" items. Sometimes we think ourselves out of being sustainable.
Week 11 character and practical wisdom: unfortunately "hippy" is the common misconception for those who are sustainably consious.
Week 6 sustainable models: people that grow their own veges are actively helping the enviroment and their own health