It would appear that the future for our planet is unsure, and more radical attitudes towards mitigating climate change ought to be pursued. An important consideration when looking to the defence of our planet is whether or not nature should have specific rights, and what effects those rights may produce when put into practice.Read More
“Just how ‘evil’ is Nestlé, really?”
What is the extent of their violations when we consider the realm of ‘reasonable’ business behaviours and transactions? Is the company taking undeserving heat for an overall shift in public opinion against the ethics of big business?Read More
Some quick and dirty facts about fast fashion.
Are H&M and similar brands trying to greenwash our susceptible little consumer minds into thinking we’re actually doing something GOOD by purchasing their clothes, therefore supporting fast fashion?! Is there truly any conscience to this conscious façade?Read More
A couple days ago, beloved actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio won his first Academy Award, and used a generous portion of his 90 second speech to remind the world that climate change is an urgent matter that demands our immediate attention. Considering his lavish lifestyle and private jet-setting, is he a hypocrite? Does it really matter?Read More
Over his term, President Obama’s climate change agenda has made great strides in legitimizing and prioritizing climate change, and he is leaving the office with an important message to whoever will precede him: don’t fck this up.
Let’s review the top candidates from an environmentalist’s point of view, in absence of each candidate’s other agendas.Read More
I will put this eloquently: There’s a CRAP-TONNE of misinformation floating around the inter-web about our good green earth. Some tidbits are common misconceptions, some are harmless fallacies, whereas others are offensively incorrect and harmful pieces of rhetoric. Here’s a small collection of some common sustainability myths.Read More