There are great people doing amazing things out there. Here are few things I’ve been reading, learning about, and found inspiration this week
Some things in life are just weird. These transparent fish are one of them. Barreleyes live about 2,000 to 2,600 feet (600 to 800 m) beneath the ocean surface, where the water plunges into complete darkness. If you think you’ve seen everything, keep on exploring.
At the moment, much seems bleak about the state of the world. And then I came across this (best viewed on laptop or desktop). In the last 100 years, over 90 per cent of Ethiopia’s forests have been lost. Yet in the area east of Lake Tana, the source of the Blue Nile, green ‘church forests’ are scattered like islands across the arid landscape.
- Session 1 – https://id4africa.com/livecast-ep23-the-dark-side-of-identity-mitigating-the-risks/
- Session 2 – https://id4africa.com/livecast-ep24-the-dark-side-of-identity-part-2/
- Session 3 – https://id4africa.com/livecast-ep25-the-dark-side-of-identity-part-3/