Climate Leadership: Not a Moment to Lose

With the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement, several setbacks loom for global efforts to address climate change. According to climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer, these […]

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The Biomimicry of Vipassana

Recently I participated in a ten-day Vipassana Meditation Training in the California desert. It had been on my bucket list for over a decade, so I […]

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Germany and U.S. Lead Vegan Charge

Excitingly, a recent study indicates that healthier diets could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the food production system AND the healthcare system by reducing […]

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Design Thinking for Engagement

Recently, we melded design thinking process with behavioral science methods to facilitate a breakout session at Acterra’s Spring Green Team Forum. My goal, along with my intrepid […]

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3 International Renewable Energy Wins

As we ramp up our technology portfolio for AZENTIVE, which includes wind, solar, sanitation, heating, cooling, and lighting technologies, I was curious to see what […]

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Meat and Climate Change

I’ve been writing about the harmful effects of animal agriculture on climate change for some time now. Research from 2009 indicates dietary changes can substantially help […]

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Cities to go Driverless?

As a person who does not drive, I’m always subconsciously (well, consciously too), waiting for my society to become less car-dependent. My reasons for not […]

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Year in Review: 2016

This past February, I wrote a post about how Alchemus Prime fared in 2015, and now it’s time to recap 2016. We’ve been busy bees […]

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Integration: Biomimicry, Veganism, and Justice

Following my attendance at Bioneers a month ago, I wrote two blogs. The first post was for Alchemus Prime and discussed the incredibly close-knit community and […]

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Bioneers 2016: Highlights and Questions

Bioneers is, by definition, a recurring utopia. Sometimes it’s hard to believe it’s a conference! Everyone is happy: beaming, grateful, present, and kind. For example, […]

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