There are so many faults with our current socio-economic model. We can do better! A potential new narrative exists.
A Brilliant Mechanism There is plenty written about the media and the nature of its influence on public discourse. This is not quite one of those posts. Rather, this is an account of my personal journey through contemporary content consumption and what I eventually realized. I came to understand what a severely limited picture we... Continue Reading →
A Truly Global Initiative I recently attended an event hosted by The Japan Association for the United Nations Environment Programme, or simply the J-UNEP. It was informative gathering held here in Tokyo at the UN University, Shibuya campus. As someone newly arrived to this country, I've been excited to learn more about the sustainable practices... Continue Reading →
The fossil fuel divestment movement is not only impacting the petroleum industry, it is influencing education, government, and finance.
The mayor of NYC has announced the commitment to divest the Big Apple from fossil fuels and take legal action against the big oil companies.
Naomi Klein's book speaks to the need for real change in the face of the increasingly dire climate crisis. We can and must change our ways.
Author & activist Bill McKibben offers an account of his life as a climate warrior. Sharing his struggle as he helped grow the momentum around combating climate change.
An insightful series, highlighting the crucial importance of global watersheds, and some of the key threats and flashpoints.
Part four in the series Becoming Sustainably Motivated. This installment covers the needs and means for taking greater political action. It's really, really important.
Watermark exploring the effects and influences of water on humanity. How we've come to shape it, and how we are shaped by it.
Challenge your worldview. How have you come to believe what you believe. Did you even have a choice? Turns out there really is a lot that's determined at birth.