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Eric Wilmot's article "How to Design for a Post-Consumption Economy" gave several insights that tie many global issues together to the possible source of the problem we should prioritize and solve first: Create floating phytoplankton flotillas/farms.

Eric Wilmot's article "How to Design for a Post-Consumption Economy" gave several insights that tie many global issues together to the possible source of the problem we should prioritize and solve first: Create floating phytoplankton flotillas/farms.

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Eric commented on Educating Women in At-Risk Regions (Uganda)

Very nice, Suzanne. I agree. Not only does this ignite the creativity of people; it also inspires them and gives them a chance to hope, which truly is a foundation for great solutions. In the Philippines, KMBI does a similar approach: http://www.kmbi.org.ph/, also providing member conferences, professional consultations (for free) and a strong support network.

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Eric commented on Cross-pollination: Honey Bee Network (India)

Great! Check out these grassroots innovations, both washing machines that also keep you in shape:

http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/006333.html (scroll to the bottom)
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http://www.mygreenphilippines.com/wordpress/?p=68 or
http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=ogZX5hGOFNA

Sometimes, as individuals or societies, we take for granted how things are made and how they are designed to better our lives. The buck stops there where no new enriching ideas come across that can even make that design better; but your inspiration reminds us we can move forward. Great post and examples!