It is more difficult to create circular reality – than to talk about it. But we slowly starting to find ways to do circular economy

Can we find alternatives to single use plastic – even grow our future packaging in wood or other biodegradable materials?

Maybe it is possible to talk about junk and good plastic, like we talk about junk food and good food.

From re-use to stuffing it somewhere – there are many things people call “recycle”

Thoughts and ideas on how to stop plastic waste by taking personal action

Drawing of a fish surrounded by plastic waste and micro beads

Man in a gap of waste, in a hammock reaching out for a solution ( start walking) out of reach. illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Drawing up pollution, comfort zones and progress

Large,ancient baobab tree and people watering it. Color illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Logbook – Giant Baobab trees dying – is it climate change? – can we help them?

Drawing of a tree with planet Earth cut down by greedy humans, while others watch in disbelieve

Logbook 15 Feb. – Nobody gains, in the long run, from the way illegal logging is destroying forests all over the planet today.

Drawing of a kid looking at a blue snail on the trail, with a clock at the end of the trail and a woman looking hurried

Logbook note: 23 Dec. Taking time Drawing

drawing of a river of time, with planets, stars and fishes

Drawing of a strange universal time-machine in flow, with fish

If money was water Drawing of people using a water-cash machine to get water

Wonder how it would be if water was money

Drawing by Frits ahlefeldt

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Man lying in coins, covered in money drawing

Is there a logic to how much money anyone will need?

skeleton sitting in money, begging for water

Illustration: Begging for water

Drawing of stack of coins in high stormy sea

Drawing and quote from: Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching. About change

Drawing of a snake in a shop with watches

Drawing: The watchmaker in Paradise

Sign with time on it and a seagull

Drawing: Drifting around with a seagull

Drawing of drought, an old man sitting at a dried out riverbed

Old farmer sitting at a dried out riverbed

Drawing of a truckload of time

Time as something you can put in a truck