There are now seven billion people on our planet. The average person in the West consumes 45 to 85 metric tons of material every year and a widely quoted estimate suggests 90% of our purchases are discarded within six months. Plastic may be recyclable, but it could take up to 500 years to decompose in a landfill. We are cutting down our forests, polluting our rivers and making the air less breathable. It is time to clean up. The race to find cleaner technologies and energy sources is on. (Read More)
The things we use every day may matter most, not only in our own lives but in the big picture as well. We make many important choices. The average US citizen is said to have an ecological footprint of 9.57 hectares. (An ecological footprint is a quantitative measure of the amount of land and water needed to support our current consumption.) If everyone on the earth were to consume at this rate, we would need 4 to 5 planets to meet their needs. We need to change, to find more environmentally friendly ways of doing things. (Read More)
Commerce & InformationGlobal warming didn’t “just happen.” Though big corporations and governments are partly to blame. we discarded the plastic containers that litter the bottoms of our oceans. Automobiles produce more greenhouse gases than any other means of transportation (trucks, cargo ships, trains or airplanes). Industry responds to our needs and desires. So the first step towards healing our planet is education. That includes finding more efficient ways to manufacture, store and transport goods. We need to foster the flow of goods and ideas. (Read More)
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