Intelligence is defined in many different ways. According to Sternberg & Salter, it is, “goal-directed adaptive behavior.” In Alfred Binet’s opinion it is, “Judgment, otherwise called "good sense," "practical sense," "initiative," the faculty of adapting one's self to circumstances...auto-critique.” Intelligence certainly includes the abilities for abstract thought, understanding, communication, reasoning, learning, retaining, planning, and problem solving, comprehend complex ideas and learning from experience. Simply, it is making sense of things.
At EnviroIngenuity, we are particularly interested in learning and solving problems that utilize Earth-kind technologies to benefit humans and reduce the impact we all have on our environment. The articles below cover a wide variety of issues that are associated with farming, the production of locally-grown healthy foods and disease prevention by modifying diet.