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Let There Be Snow! Bigfoot Snowshoe Race Recap

Yes! There was snow!

And I made the papers! (See below.)

If I’m going to drive four hours to compete in a snowshoe race, it would be a major bummer for there to be no snow. 772 more words

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How to combat "fake news" and "alternative facts"

The past few months, ever since Trump’s election victory, have felt like a relentless shock and awe attack on the senses. Every day there are more outrageous and offensive “news” to take in. 1,054 more words


Sustainability through (Un)Limited Liability

In a conversation with a fellow liberty-seeker, he brought up an interesting statement surrounding a taboo topic of sustainability. Candidly, when someone typically drops this word in conversation, my latent neocon inside cringes and turns my ears off. 453 more words


Sustainable eating: a new course in LUISS to learn sustainability, even with food

Awareness. Aware living, aware eating.

It was after a reflection upon this concept that we decided to inaugurate a 40-hours course on well-being in LUISS… 259 more words


Equality and the Death of Nature

”The old anthropocentric model that binds our relationships with nature within the logic of the One and the Other prevents us from moving on to the new mutualistic and communicative models we now so urgently need to develop for both our own and nature’s survival in an age of ecological limits.” … 733 more words


tomorrow on greenhorns radio! jeff conan on the devasting effects of palm oil production

Tomorrow January 25th on the Heritage Radio Network, Greenhorns radio talks to Jeff Conan, Senior Forest Campains Manager at Friends of the Earth, a global activist network that campaigns for international environmental and climate justice. 287 more words