Now HERE’S What We Call an Eco-Superhero
Getting take-out in your own reusable container, recycling bubble-wrap properly, and getting arrested – it’s all in a day’s work for an eco-superhero.
Stephanie and Dave learn about climate activism with Extinction Rebellion, sharing quirky sustainability life hacks on social media, and the joy of a 58-hour train trip – from Stephanie’s former co-worker and friend, James Comiskey.
- why James is angry and thinks he has a right to be
- if #AmtrakLife should be your new favorite hashtag
- why Steve Bannon wears three shirts at one time
- why Dave proposes we organize a conference for journalists (spoiler, we can’t resist: to “deprogram” the pro-growth bias that’s been instilled in them)
Before the Flood – documentary
Avoiding Air Travel and Going by Train
List of Multiple Discoveries (from John’s email about invetntions)
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Dave Gardner directed the documentary GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth, which Stanford Biologist Paul Ehrlich declared “could be the most important film ever made.” Co-host Stephanie Gardner has degrees in Environmental Studies and Environmental Law & Policy.
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Nelson Hyde Chick
As the old green joke goes, only an economist or a lunatic beleive in infinite growth on a finite planet.
The news that China is now depopulating has been has been shaped by economists as a disaster. Supposedly it is also a disaster for Japan, but Japan seems to be doing fine. Countries depopulating should be framed as an oppertunity to heal the planet.
There is a historic precedent of depopulation being a benefit to humanity: Ask any historian, and he or she will tell you there never would have been a Renaissance without the Black Plague. It was bad for the people that died, but where would we be today if the Renaissance had never happened?
Nelson Hyde Chick