The Complex Anatomy of Food Justice: Poverty and Obesity

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been discussing the ways in which your diet might be a function of your mother’s food-related habits. In a three […]

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Belonging as a Universal Design Principle: Bioneers 2017

As a behavioral scientist, it’s always inspiring and affirming when others get to the lowest common denominator and it’s behavior change. It happened last week at […]

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On Authenticity

I’ve been pondering for a while now what authenticity means. We advocate for the true self, which is the authentic, “real” person underneath social conditioning […]

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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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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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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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Earth Champions: Book Launch

This post serves to launch my third book; my second anthology of poetry. Called Earth Champions, it documents the journeys of authentic leaders who seek to […]

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Are We All Muslims?

The recent fiascos in social media channels about racism against Muslims is fascinating to observe. We have written in the past about the scientific basis for […]

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Sacredness as Biomimicry

Biomimicry is defined as the intentional emulation of nature’s wisdom. As humans transition into a future that promises chaos, biomimicry is an important tool that […]

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From Cruelty to Compassion

One of the ways I understand and practice ethics (Kantian ethics, for example) is that when we hold a principle, we make no exceptions, because […]

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