Every single year 8 million tons of plastic enters our oceans. Change starts with one person. It starts with one straw. It starts with one drop. “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.”
Marianne Gee has been asking herself the same question for years: “How to save the honeybees?” The simple answer is: You are insignificant, but your 1/12th of a teaspoon counts!
“I won the lottery the day I was born.” Luck creates advantages and disadvantages from the day we are born. Mark Sutcliffe is asking us to redesign our thinking to recognize the role of luck in our lives. “Imagine a world where luck is irrelevant and all the children in the future can start life with the same opportunity.”
Never before did we have the ability for technology to make our life easier and push our creative drive further than we have right now. What will be next?
How do we know when the status quo is no longer working? What does it take for us to see that the current model needs to be redesigned? For Jay Gosselin it took 12,000 heartbreaking conversations with students to fully understand how badly our model for educational transitions needs to be overhauled.
The purpose of government is to improve the lives of people. We can not be a Blockbuster government serving a Netflix citizenry. Scott Brison is happiest when thinking ahead, driving change and breaking boundaries.
Make the world a better place. A very personal story of a parking lot, the Tetra Society of Canada, ComputerWise and a customized software tool.