What if we rediscover and promote local practices and know-how to build impact businesses and sustainable communities in tune with the environment in which they live and operate?
[Book review] 4 pillars of modern civilization: ammonia, steel plastics and concrete – How the world really works
This article summarises one chapter in the book “How the world really works” by Vaclav Smil, in which Vaclav highlights the importance and our dependence on ammonia, concrete, steel and plastics, the 4 key materials of our modern civilization.
We sat over brunch one Saturday morning for a chat about what we did on the blog this year, and why we should consistently continue the work.
Here are some more suggestions on books and reading materials for your upcoming holiday!
What is worth more – art or life? And should we talk about things that have been talked about before?
Van Gogh, Just Stop Oil, activism, repetition and argumentative fallacies.
To prepare for the upcoming holiday season, here are some book suggestions on environment, sustainability and economics that might be interesting for you.
Claude Garcia shared with us his passion for giving the best tools and thinking mechanisms to the public to decide and strategise when facing two of the biggest existential crises of humanity: climate change and biodiversity loss.
This summer I returned to Vietnam and fulfilled my long-held dream of going to the southernmost province of Vietnam – Cà Mau.
Some new narratives to encourage industries to take up their environmental shifts: 2 articles and 1 podcast from StimShift!
Why don’t we hear about the ozone layer anymore, and when will we stop hearing about climate change?
What can we learn from the collective endeavor against a thinning ozone layer in the 1908s, and how can we replicate this success in our fight against climate change and biodiversity loss today?
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