Climate change is a problem for all humanity and the only solution involves all of humanity. The same route of self-gain and privilege to resource abundance visible between ethnic and economic class, plague the consumption of humanity. Those humans most impacted by climate change are those most disadvantaged in society. If we are to change … Continue reading Inclusion is the Solution
What is the environmental impact of the average fish n' chips or sushi meal?? the answer may have you ordering the vegetarian roll... More than 100 million metric tonnes of fish are consumed annually. In 2014, the United Nations reported 17% of consumed protein was fish. But literally, an ocean of fish is not enough … Continue reading Catch of the Day: The Fishing Industry Battered & Fried
I have a simple question to get your fruit juices flowing: Would you trash food during a famine? NO! Of course not... Today I want to focus on one consumer problem -and one of my biggest petpeeves- food waste. World Hunger: Imagine you just ordered a delicious chocolate orange torta (insert your favorite sweet treat). … Continue reading Waste Not, Want Not. Eat The LeftOvers!!
Today influenced by a deeply-pitiful fever, I am sympathizing with the earth in the most humanly possible way. I sit here somewhat helpless as a greater organism, completely at the mercy of my tissue, cell, and organelle. Yesterday, my upper respiratory infection turned into Laryngitis. While no doctor has confirmed, the sheer inability to part my lips … Continue reading Go Home Earth– You’re Under the Weather!
Here, I am going to attempt to address a very sensitive topic that is paramount to our sustained access to resources. Overpopulation. As a disclaimer, I do not have a problem with big families, or the desire to raise children. In fact, I am the third child of four, I have one beautiful niece, and … Continue reading 140 Million Reasons to Consider Adoption First