A book discussing the importance of cultural evolution, a phenomenon that is largely unique to our species. It has allowed us to adapt to our environment at a rate far quicker than genetic evolution. Whilst accepting the benefits, we must acknowledge the risks. “From the Aesop’s Fable – Hare thought he was so fast that …
Oxygen: The molecule that made the world, Nick Lane. https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=gvcXvr-SunIC
Ku-ring-gai wildflower garden 2015.
Growth in service requirements on the campus over the last century (1). Have you thought about the next century? #helpSaveRNSH (1) Sherrington, G, and R Vanderfield. 1988. “The Royal North Shore Hospital 1888-1988. A Century of Caring.” Horwitz Grahame.
A model T Ford parked in Herbert St, with the Pacific Highway in the background (1920s). Have you thought what the campus will be like in a further 100 years? #helpSaveRNSH 1. Sherrington, G, and R Vanderfield. 1988. “The Royal North Shore Hospital 1888-1988. A Century of Caring.” Horwitz Grahame.
Flat land within 50 meters of metropolitan rail, on a University Hospital Campus. Who made this decision? Why are they not accountable. (1) (1) “EOI for Purchase (Freehold/Leasehold) of RNSH Masterplan Land.” 2015. Government Property NSW. https://tenders.nsw.gov.au/dfs/?event=public.rft.showArchived&RFTUUID=BFE2A060-F931-8E95-F58DB25AD71BDE95.
“This government is determined to ensure that this generation is as good to future generations as previous generations were good to us. We are not going to sell out the future” (1) Why are we selling the land in one of the countries major University Hospitals? #helpSaveRNSH is the teaching hospital that serves your electorate …