A new Techbook features millennial’s thoughts as they trip off “E”—Econology that is.
It’s the end of men and the rise of women? Great. Too bad the sinking Titanic that is our industrialized civilization doesn’t care. Men and women must unite to save the home we too often take for granted.
Social and ecological problems are mutually reinforcing. Attempting to solve one without the other is counter-intuitive, thus we need to practice econology.
Consumers surprised to learn that climate change is affecting Chipotle’s menu will be shocked when they understand no guacamole is the least of our problems.
With research showing that the production of one pair of sneakers emits 30 pounds of carbon dioxide, one man urges consumers to kick the habit of new shoe hoarding & tossing.
Mike Sliwa and his wife are moving towards the exit of complexity and opening the door of simplicity.
Photographer Matt Adam Williams takes us inside the Sabangau rainforest in the heart of Indonesian Borneo.
Let’s all applaud for humanity’s latest achievement: It’s now easy to find our way home at night. From space.
A central element of fairness is sharing. Taking what is yours and not more because to do so would mean someone would have less. So is it fair for us to adversely effect the biosphere, when the impact will fall disproportionally on future generations?
The issue of climate change is so large it can be lost to abstractions. Ice may be the key we need to regain our perspective on reality.