Friday morning and more than ready to start the weekend. Have had a cold and of course, all the talk about the new virus makes one nervous. So decided to watch a TedTalks with my coffee to start my
Many countries have now declared a climate emergency, and we now need action on the ground to realize the aspirational goal of keeping warming below 1.5 degrees. The financial costs of inaction are
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.