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Karen Fiala (AlterQuest)
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I am a futurist and the Co-founder of AlterQuest.org. I'm the author of the book "AlterQuest' which is a practical blueprint for the future of individuals and communities on our planet.
I am a futurist and the Co-founder of AlterQuest.org. I'm the author of the book "AlterQuest' which is a practical blueprint for the future of individuals and communities on our planet.

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The AlterQuest book has the most amazing concepts for creating a flourishing community.

If you're tired of waiting for politicians and others to show you the way you must read this. It's the sort of information you can use now or keep till you absolutely realize there has to be a better way to live. The choice is yours.

Buy it on: www.lulu.com/spotlight/alterquest
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The eyes are not only a window to your soul, they are also a window to what’s going on inside. The colour, clearness and clarity of our eyes is a direct reflection of how clear (and clean) our body is on the inside. 

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Not only is sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation emerging as a major health problem in our society, but start creating policies to curb exposure in our youngest generations, the repercussions as they age could be disastrous to our entire health infrastructure. 

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The ocean covers seventy per cent of the earth and produces less than two per cent of our food. To grow the rest, we use almost forty per cent of the world’s land and nearly three-quarters of our fresh water.

More in-depth coverage of the 2015 Fuller Challenge Winners, GreenWave! Check out this inspiring piece in The New Yorker, which details the life's journey behind GreenWave and explains how as much as we need seaweed, it may need us more.

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/11/02/a-new-leaf

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 My friend Lori who helped one family to survive the war in Syria for the last few years would now like to help the refugees by giving a percentage of the money from her beautiful artwork to the UNHCR. You can buy Lori's art either as paintings here: www.lori-miller.artistwebsites.com or on printed on items e.g. keyrings or mugs etc here: http://www.cafepress.com/profile/lori-miller-heart-art Please help Lori in her fundraising efforts.
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 My friend Lori who helped one family to survive the war in Syria for the last few years would now like to help the refugees by giving a percentage of the money from her beautiful artwork to the UNHCR. You can buy Lori's art either as paintings here: www.lori-miller.artistwebsites.com or on printed on items e.g. keyrings or mugs etc here: http://www.cafepress.com/profile/lori-miller-heart-art Please help Lori in her fundraising efforts.
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Both Fuller and Denes have produced drawings of remarkable transparent structures that exist as blueprints for complex problem solving, futuristic visions, and models for a new world. [...] Denes is Fuller’s ideological daughter, bringing mathematics and utopian thought into art possessing great elegance and beauty.

Interesting piece in The Brooklyn Rail on pioneer "eco-artist" Agnes Denes's first NYC-based land art since Wheatfield in 1982. The Living Pyramid is extended for viewing until October 31st at Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City. The piece has grown from an initial participatory volunteer planting in May.

http://www.brooklynrail.org/2015/09/artseen/agnes-denes-living-pyramid
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