You may be surprised by this article by George Monbiot from the Guardian making a cogent argument for lab-grown food in the future. Lab-grown food will soon destroy farming—and save the planet describ
We’re all needed to pick up the mess, according to David Kendall of Belfountain, Ontario. And that’s just what a 79-year-old retiree who jogs a mile or two each day does. Armed with two bags in tow
I have long argued with my dear colleague, John Robinson, that we have enough information, enough science to act now on sustainability and climate pollution, in fact, since 1995. The good news is we
I love George Carlin—here is his take on political doublespeak. His video on Stuff is also hilarious, food for thought.
A recent article in the Huffington Post explained that as far back as 1991, the Canadian arm of Exxon Mobil anticipated that a high tax on carbon emissions would be necessary to maintain a stable
Greta Thunberg has been named 2019 Time Person of the Year. Back in the summer of 2018, she sat alone in front of the Swedish parliament striking for climate. She no longer found any reason to attend
An informative article recently published in Nature explores the climate tipping points that are too risky to bet against. In a call for immediate political and economic action on emissions, the
There isn't a lot of reasoned discussion about the country right now, with some political leaders fostering division instead of unity at a time when we need more collaboration than ever. Climate