How often do you think about the effect of your actions today on the wellbeing of future generations? What do we owe our children’s children?
When it seems like we can’t agree on even the simplest choices, one has to wonder if humanity will ever find common ground and a way out of the climate crisis. Seattle authors Kevin Wilhelm and Natalie Hoffman help answer these questions in their book, How to Talk to the Other Side: Finding Common Ground in the Time of Coronavirus, Recession and Climate Change.
Is flying always the worst travel choice for climate stability? Is traveling by rail always the best? You might be surprised.
A broad exploration of philosophical issues related to all kinds of footprint-shrinking actions, especially travel.
Travel and tourism: how far will you go in your quest to shrink your carbon footprint?