Cane toad solutions
An Australian adventure, and a vital lesson for us all
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Ok, back to cane toads.
This cautionary tale unfolds in the sunny climes of Queensland, Australia, where vibrant sugar cane crops once fell prey to the native cane beetle. But this story, as shared in my upcoming book, A #TheoryofEveryone, isn’t just about an ecosystem out of balance - it's a metaphor for our society.
Systems-level thinking is essential to the creation of permanent change. One of many cautionary tales about what happens when these interconnections are ignored is the story of cane toads in Australia.
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