Michael Sturtz reflects on the idea that indigenous knowledge for natural systems seemed to have been lost, contributing to the degradation of modern western society, and imagines how we humans might create a world brought into balance.
Items of note & interest
The big shortfall between the amount of food we produce today and the amount needed to feed everyone in 2050 requires closing three gaps. Keep Reading
From Alaska to Australia, scientists are turning to the knowledge of traditional people for a deeper understanding of the natural world. What they are learning is helping them discover more about everything from melting Arctic ice, to protecting fish stocks, to controlling wildfires. Keep Reading
This blog is about perspective on the impact of digital devices, and the bigger picture of what's going on: an accelerating trend whereby our connection with people is independent of our physical location. Keep Reading
“This is only the beginning,” writes Kevin Kelly in an essay in Wired’s 25th anniversary issue. “The main event has barely started.” Keep Reading