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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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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Mindfulness, Values, and Behavior Change

As AZENTIVE embarks on a quest to share Authentic Sun, a full spectrum plasma lighting technology, with North American customers, we are very mindful of […]

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How to Be Happy AND Fight Climate Change

I read several articles this weekend and two were about the same solution for two seemingly very different challenges facing society: being happy, and improving climate stability. […]

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Operationalizing Science: A Wider Audience

Building on my post about how to reinvent academia, I want to focus a bit on the constraints that make scientific research limited in its […]

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Plant-Based Food: A Doctor’s Personal Journey

I have been a meat eater for more than sixty years. Despite my forty-year career in medicine, I was rarely exposed to plant-based medicine as a […]

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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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The Biomimetic Life: A Self-Analysis

For a while I’ve been meaning to analyze my life and work based on Life’s Principles from biomimicry, to see how I’m doing in my […]

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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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Tax on Climate-Damaging Foods

I’ve been writing about food and climate change for a while now, and the latest news is promising. The Danish Council of Ethics has released […]

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