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Growing potatoes on Mars: Ecological footprint

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If I can grow enough potatoes, I won’t starve. But how large an area do I need to plant? It’s a simple question in a complex and desperate situation. In the movie The Martian, an astronaut on a Mars mission is thought to have been killed in an accident and left on the red planet during an emergency evacuation by the rest of the crew. Mark Watney, the unlucky astronaut played by actor Matt Damon, must figure out how to survive. With four years to go before the next scheduled mission will arrive on Mars, but only enough food to last...
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Communicating sustainability visually & effectively (webinar, Oct.1st, 2014)

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Communicating sustainability visually & effectively On October 1st I ran a free webinar on "Communicating sustainability visually & effectively" hosted by The Natural Step Canada. I have been working as a sustainability consultant for almost 10 years and I am also an illustrator. During this webinar I introduced the idea that engaging the right brain (intuition, holistic thinking) in addition to the left brain (linear and analytical thinking) can be an effective way to communicate sustainability. I also offered some free tools to to do that such as: short my Sustainability Illustrated animation videos, newsletters, YouTube channel, social networks where...
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