“Is it possible in today’s superfast world to live slow? Would I be able to keep my job? Provide a good living for my family? Does being ‘slow’ mean low efficiency, low effectiveness?”
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The growth of global renewable power capacities over the last decade has been staggering. In the United States the total installed capacity of wind power has grown tenfold over the last Continue reading
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In this day and age you can look at our current economic system in two different ways. You can either choose to ignore climate change, the collapse in biodiversity, or the exponential Continue reading
This past May, the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), a progressive think tank based in Washington D.C., released The One Percent at State U study. It examines rising debt for university Continue reading
Patri Friedman proposes that just as flora and fauna evolve, so too do human societies.
Just as we evolved from sea to land, he postulates that societies will Continue reading
Ever wondered where members of congress obtain their campaign funding? Now you can install a basic browser plugin that will tell you immediately.
High school student Nick Rubin recently finished Continue reading
The Impact of Consumerism on Children
British psychotherapist Graham Music recently released a book that stresses how empathy in children has reached new lows. He pulls Continue reading