After my last article came out seeming rash and unsubstantiated, I knew I needed to write another. As such, for two things I need to apologise. Firstly, that I built the article solely on my knowledge of recycling from personal research and research relating to my masters, so this time I shall go into more… Read More Recycling part 2: Not Good Enough
This is not an article about the results the leading parties or understanding any of that, we have a lot of staff, which is much more indicated for that as they know much more about it. What I want to talk about is the repetition of a spiritual journey I’ve had before. I am a… Read More Post-EuroElections: Nothing Much about Environment
When looking at what happens once you put a product in the recycle bin, the road seems quite dire. First (and in my opinion worst) of all, it’s an admission that the thing you’re throwing away is useless to you from that day on. You don’t want it near you; you don’t even want it… Read More Recycling is Not Good
On 11 March 2011, the massive earthquake and tsunamis that hit various areas of Japan – causing a nuclear meltdown in some parts of the country – bent the population on its knees and brought the nation’s nuclear program to an end. Currently, the new government is seriously considering to slowly reinstate it, at the order of the… Read More Japan On the Way to Reinstate Nuclear Program: No Room for Mistakes
Every time you go on a longer trip outside of the city, you’ll see trucks full of stuff for us to consume or stuff that has already been consumed. This is the most apparent visual for logistics, the transportation of goods all across countries, oceans and continents to trade goods between countries, companies and people.… Read More The End of Logistics on the basis of the Fast-Fashion Industry and 3d Printing
An environmentalist, as stereotyped by people and business, is that no-bullshit, no-concession environmental proponent who won’t let you get away with anything and for whom whatever you do is never enough. Further to that, environmentalists don’t trust companies or individuals who start making a move in the right direction, labelling it as not enough or,… Read More Environmental Stereotypes: Myth or Reality?
The perspective on the revolutionary power of climate change is provided by the Canadian journalist Naomi Klein and hes article on “How science is telling us all to revolt” published in New Statesman, October 29, 2013. Klein became famous worldwide thanks to “No Logo”, the book manifesto of an anti-globalization movement that was born in… Read More Is There Still Time to Start a Revolution to End the Extreme Consequences of Global Warming?