325 examples of Abundance in a sentence
There's another one, equally important, about how that very same Mother Nature is so nurturing and so resilient that we can never make a dent in her
But here it's about synergies and
Will it be born into a world of
The meals a pregnant woman consumes constitute a kind of story, a fairy tale of
or a grim chronicle of deprivation.
Well here a picture of something called the mean species
All across the boreal, we're blessed with this incredible
Well, from that discussion grew this program that involved 2,700 scientists from more than 80 countries around the world who engaged in 540 ocean expeditions at a combined cost of 650 million dollars to study the distribution, diversity and
of life in the global ocean.
So the idea that we can smoothly transition to a highly-efficient, solar-powered, knowledge-based economy transformed by science and technology so that nine billion people can live in 2050 a life of
and digital downloads is a delusion.
Perhaps the tremendous progress we've made over the last century by a series of forces are, in fact, accelerating to a point that we have the potential in the next three decades to create a world of
When I think about creating abundance, it's not about creating a life of luxury for everybody on this planet; it's about creating a life of possibility.
They're living in a world of information and communication
that no one could have ever predicted.
But here, here is the biggest force for bringing about a world of
It's ours, we have an
I recall the very moment one day when I was searching for a pair of metals that would meet the constraints of earth abundance, different, opposite density and high mutual reactivity.
And this story belongs not to any tribe but to all of humanity, to any sentient creature with the power of reason and the urge to persist in its being, for it requires only the convictions that life is better than death, health is better than sickness,
is better than want, freedom is better than coercion, happiness is better than suffering and knowledge is better than ignorance and superstition.
It represents a colossal waste of food, but what I discovered whilst I was writing my book was that this very evident
of waste was actually the tip of the iceberg.
I saw all these patterns: round things ... pops of bright color ... symmetrical shapes ... a sense of
and multiplicity ... a feeling of lightness or elevation.
And the same is true of
We evolved in a world where scarcity is dangerous, and
This is a nursing home she designed, where she uses these multicolored spheres to create a feeling of
Giving people less control might be a wonderful way to counter the
of choice and make them happier.
You'll see broad bacterial groups, and if you look at the shape of this pink lobe, it tells you something about the relative
of each group.
Welcome to the economics of
This is abundance, which is exactly what we want our economic system to provide.
Winston Churchill came to my home of MIT in 1949, and he said, "If we are to bring the broad masses of the people in every land to the table of abundance, it can only be by the tireless improvement of all of our means of technical production."
And part of that increased
would spill over into the countries' waters, helping to replenish them.
A barren landscape, like much of our seas today, or an
of life, our legacy to the future?
So I just really want to share with you a reflection that the future of cities today depends less on buildings and, in fact, depends more on the fundamental reorganization of socioeconomic relations, that the best ideas in the shaping of the city in the future will not come from enclaves of economic power and abundance, but in fact from sectors of conflict and scarcity from which an urgent imagination can really inspire us to rethink urban growth today.
The dairy business in Kenya is a $463 million business, and the difference between a subsistence farmer and an
farmer is only a couple of liters of milk a day.
The world's largest pool of tech talent exists because of the
of educational incentives.