This is happening, folks. 179 other countries are not threatening to back out of a climate treaty for good reason. When it comes to solving this issue, we lost an embarrassing amount of momentum during the election run up (climate as a matter of global security was ignored completely by major party candidates as we…

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This past week, I’ve written a few things about the importance of reuse (i.e. using things again — a practice distinctly different from recycling) as an environmental practice. One of the trickiest things about finding what you need without buying it new is actually finding it, used — because supply chains don’t exist for that…

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I own almost nothing new – though I make an obvious exception for my underwear. I buy (most of) my stuff new because I’ve learned just how much more sustainable it is to use something that already exists than to encourage and incentivize the manufacture of something new. You might be thinking ‘yeah, well you…

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Yesterday, I wrote a bit about social constructs and the groups to which we belong (whether passively or actively). I had thought I was going to tie the idea of choosing to participate in values- and belief-based groups with what we’re doing to create community at Junket — but the post got long, and I…

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