An amazing #datavisualisation about food. What kind of foods are unhealthy, and what kind of foods have a big environmental impact?
From the paper: "Multiple health and environmental impacts of foods" by Michael A Clark, Marco Springmann, Jason Hill, and David Tilman (https://www.pnas.org/content/116/46/23357)
Wat een prachtige aflevering toch weer van Zondag Met Lubach!
Dit vond ik één van de leukste #zml uitzendingen tot nu toe!
Terug te kijken op vpro.nl/zml
There is a moment when enough 'awareness' is spread, and the aware people start tackling the actual problems. This is such a moment.
To all the people working on the Ocean Cleanup Project: amazing work! I really hope your Interceptors will close the tap, and make sure that plastic from rivers never reach our oceans! Keep up the good work!
Here is the link to the announcement, including the livestream of a few hours ago:
As a regular reader of The Guardian, it's cool to see their environmental pledge!
One part makes me wonder though, about how they want to achieve this:
"Our reporting on the environment, from our international team, will never be influenced by commercial or political interests and will always be rooted in scientific fact. "
The Sustainability week of the University of Twente is very inspiring so far.
Tuesday afternoon, there was a sustainability market showcasing sustainability initiaves at the UT and its contractors.
Then Tuesday evening there was a Studium Generale of Marjan Minnesma, about Urgenda, their court case against the state of the Netherlands and their vision of a very necessary transition to 100% renewable energy.
Today, I'm attending the ARISE symposium (http://arisetogether.nl/). Looking forward!
And my personal favourite:
Scroll down on the website!
Do you agree that formula 1 races are a bit too long to watch? Marble races are just much more full of action! Congratulations Crazy Cat's Eye!
Thanks Jelle for building yet another great sandy racetrack!
Dit voorjaar werd gezocht naar jonge mensen die zich in hun vrije tijd willen inspannen om de regio Twente sociaal en economisch te versterken. Lang verhaal kort: Vanochtend is op de TwenteTop in Rijssen het Young Twente Board gepresenteerd! Samen met Jan, Aniek, Daan, Vera, Carlien, Rense, Bente, Jelle en Gyula hoop ik dat we wat nuttigs kunnen betekenen voor de huidige en toekomstige inwoners van deze mooie regio!
We zijn te vinden op verschillende social media, waaronder Mastodon: @ytb
"In a kitchen at the Rotterdam School of Management, a dozen students are huddled around a stove, learning to cook imaginative vegetarian meals. They use produce from local organic farms as a way to reduce their consumption of wasteful takeaways."
Business schools shift to a more sustainable future.
Sounds good 🙂
iNaturalist has an app which you can use to scan any animal or plant with your phone. It is called Seek and I honestly think it's amazing! While scanning, or after you've made a picture, it will try to determine the species. You can also send your pictures to the iNaturalist community to help wildlife conservation or let others try to determine your animal / plants species.
It's Pokémon Go, but then the real deal! You look for flora and fauna!
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