Christie Aschwanden makes the case against plane travel. “… it’s easy to act like an environmentalist when it means buying cool new stuff like reusable grocery bags, a high-efficiency washer, or a hybrid car. When doing the green thing requires
Doug M. Brown published a book back in 2002 titled Insatiable is Not Sustainable. This topic really speaks to our current predicament. As I have repeatedly pointed out on this blog, environmental destruction is driven by high levels of
About 800 women die daily from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth, complications that often could be easily prevented with access to proper care and the most basic of supplies. A for-profit social enterprise, AYZH, is producing the JANMA
Kate Knibbs has a good piece on Digital Trends regarding social cause activities. She praises Unicef Sweden’s ad campaign that declares, “Likes Don’t Save Lives” for calling out those who “Like” things on Facebook, sign petitions, or share memes –
This may take a while to load – but the text of it is inspiring, and inspires me to set it to even more powerful visuals.
Fred Pearce has earned his reputation as an excellent writer, and he has chosen an important topic for his book The Coming Population Crash. In fact, the issues he covers are too important to stand unchallenged. Here are a
“Oh, we just go for the ritual and the fellowship, and when the preacher says that stuff we roll our eyes.”
“You can say our church is all oppressive and everything, but if you came with me next Sunday you
1968 Disney film Family Planning for The Population Council.
There is some good information here, clearly presented – but the ethnic stereotypes seem very weird, at least by today’s standards. The man seems to be Latin American going by his