Welcome to the 25th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week is brimming with extension and preservation, how we can extend our perceptions to preserve what we love and sustain what we need:
- A new solution to prolong the shelf life of produce.
- Jamaican soul’s influence on fashion sustainability.
- The world through the eyes of a deep sea diver.
- An upbeat mix of percussion and brass.
In celebration of Black History Month here is a celebration of, and education on some of the most influential and often unexplored Black Canadian women in history.
Designer Edvin Thompson infuses his clothes with the history of Jamaica, it’s a signature style that influenced Theophilio, not to mention the future of fashion sustainability.
From Nat Geo, comes a look at Guillaume Néry, a deep sea diver that takes viewers to the depths of the unknown to look at earth through the darks and navies of our earth’s oceans.
This Kapote mix is just under 2 hours and is variant treat. It’s impossible to know where it’s going with its cornucopia of percussion and brass, dancing from horns to drums throughout, never skimping on danciness.
Apeel scientists have discovered a way to cut down on food waste by prolonging the life of produce before it even reaches our plates.
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