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The New York Times featured Australian artist Natalie Jeremijenko's "Amphibious Architecture" installation this week, where you can text and even share a meal with fish in the East River.
In a spirit of open collaboration, IDEO created their Patterns series to capture and share some of the common insights and exceptional success stories they see bubbling up across projects and out in the world. By tapping into collective intelligence, they have created a platform for "elevating insights to the level of cultural impact."
In a recent lament on the sorry state of party politics, Monbiot offers a scathing portrait of liberals, arguing that "today's progressives stand back and watch, hands over their mouths, as the social vivisectionists of the right slice up a living society to see if its componen
Political polarization poses a massive obstacle to collective action towards a sustainable and just society. Knowing this raises some heady questions: How do we scale up forums for constructive public conversations about contentious issues? How do we create a culture of civil discourse? And then how do we translate this into sustained action?