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What about this - it's Tim from Amboseli - would you want him on your jacket?

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Kenyan kids rollerblade for elephants, Rhinos and lions during Nairobi's #GlobalMarch for ElephantsRhinosAndLions

These kids may never forget how water skaters use surface tension to walk on water. Imagine how easy and interesting science would be if we taught it out doors - we could do all our numeracy skills, study speed, light, friction, water tension, pollution, foodwebs, calculate volumes, surface areas, measure rates of water flow, or calculate distances, angles and volumes. #Education #KaruraForest #Science #STEM

An 18 year olds Vision Board. One of the things that I love doing with young people is visioning - this drawing was the conclusion by a young man named Marco who took 24 minutes and 1 second exactly to define his vision - he recorded the time it took because time is so important to him- it must not be wasted. He will be a CEO of social enterprise that empowers people and saves the environment - and he will become famous - hence Future Marco becomes a TV celebrity. Such a clear vision, translates into natural focus on studying hard to get into a top university, networking and innovating. The clarity of young people today inspires me.