Let’s just say that I have felt quite discouraged lately. The question I’ve been sitting with is whether I just have a tendency to self-sabotage, or…
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Contextualizing "whole foods" with the backdrop of agrobiodiversity loss and nutritional declines within our cultivated varieties
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On a few separate occasions, for different subjects, I have received messages from people attempting to discredit my substance-based critiques or…
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Is habitat destruction justified when done to mine lithium—a process as dirty and toxic as extracting coal?
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I'm offering here a concluding Part 3 of what is now apparently a series inspired by (or rather sparked by my frustrations from) COP26—after Part 1…
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Around 20,000 government representatives, scientists, policy experts, celebrities, influencers, and activists are convening this week in Glasgow…
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Open thread: individual vs. systemic changePeople often talk about the ‘dilemma’ of individual vs. systemic change. I think it's a false dichotomy because individuals can go beyond consum…
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My sense of feeling at a loss of words, which started a few weeks ago, has persisted. My programmed, immediate reaction to this state has been one of…
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Do you ever get an itch to push back against overly bold, ‘green’ marketing claims you come across? The little rebel and provocateur in me does. Today’s…
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From conversing with friends over the past weeks, I sense that many have been exhausted by the news cycles. It is not that one shouldn’t be informed…
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SHORTLIST: An ad-free list of reads, listens, and random things I recommend checking out
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“Slowing down is losing our way—not a human capacity or human capability. It is the invitations that are now in the world-at-large, inviting us to…
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