The Innovation Culture Bulletin: Back To Our Roots

The Innovation Culture Bulletin: Back To Our Roots

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“Yet so long as they live a life close to their wild land, subject to its weathers, something of its own nature will permeate theirs” — Nan Shepherd

We all know that being in nature provides substantial physical and mental health benefits. Richard Louv, who came up with the term “nature-deficit disorder”, argues that the more high-tech our lives become, the more nature we need to achieve natural balance. Being in nature is perhaps the ultimate state of learning, where we’re using all senses at the same time, taking in a lot of information, integrating it, and connecting the dots. In contrast, being in front of a task on-screen often requires us to inhibit irrelevant actions or cognitions in order to focus.

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