My attempt at atonement for the countless UberEats bags in my kitchen and the exorbitant amount of money spent on food delivery this weekend.
Climate change is the most ‘wicked’ problem faced by humanity. But what happens if we view it as an opportunity to take advantage of instead a problem to be dealt with? Is it the medicine we need to change how we live with and care for each other?
Thanks to the advent of Facebook and Instagram, no longer do you have to be an uber-nerd to know that … More
For anyone living ‘down under’ or keenly observing the unraveling of a changing climate and the people trying to stop … More
I first heard the word hegemony in one of my introductory grad school courses. I didn’t know what it was. … More
A few days ago, I set out on what would be my first ever solo hike. With the weather improving … More
Welcome to a series of letters addressed to those who will inhabit the earth we leave behind. What would you … More
Just a few days ago, the Facebook feeders, top-news scrollers, tree-huggers, and climate scientists all over the world welcomed (and … More
Upon gifting my boyfriend the book Eaarth for his birthday, I inadvertently received a gift of my own. Bill McKibben’s … More
Thanks for finding your way here, I’m happy that you made it. My reasons for starting a blog are varied … More