I’ve just spent 8 out of the last 10 days in Future Sessions with people from all over Japan — Fukushima, Tokyo, Kyoto, Shikoku, Kyushu.
I had very interesting night on March 7th! I was asked to speak at TEDxTokyo Teachers on Learning Resilience. The presentation, itself, was a
A thoughtful weekend… I’ve just returned from a weekend in Fukushima. I was with a small group of social activists. We all knew each other. We
I’ve been back in Japan for almost two weeks. My last trip of the year. Most of my work this time is learning and planning.
I didn’t realize until I wrote the date in this blog that today is the anniversary. Just a year ago I arrived in Minamisoma with
It takes about 7 hours to get to Otsuchi in Iwate Province to the north of Toky-. Four hours by high speed train, two hours
Okay, I have to begin this blog telling you about a new methodology we’ve just developed in Japan. We call it World Carfe. Here’s the
I didn’t expect to be writing so soon again, but there’s a story that needs to be told. Today I was at a forum organized
I’ve been back in Japan for a couple of weeks, supporting our new Tohoku Futures Network. It’s been nearly three months since my last report.
You’ll find a lot of references if you Google “The Kamaishi Miracle,” so I’ll keep this really short. It’s just an important story to remember.