The question was simple: which choice will leave more environmental footprints – eating cheese or eating sardines? We’ll discuss industrial fishing, “sustainable” fish farming, and eating farther down the food chain.
Life on Earth, as we know it today, emerged from the ocean. The ocean accounts for about 71% of the Earth’s surface. How to protect such a massive ecosystem on Earth?
Can we produce enough food in a sustainable way for 8 billion people without crossing the planetary boundaries?
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.
What is the thing that everyone agrees is of absolute importance – but doesn’t care about? Yes, it’s biodiversity. It’s time we talk about this. In this article, we’ll discuss the definition of biodiversity, the different types of biodiversity, and the drivers of biodiversity loss.
Why are investments and savings such an important discussion in the fight against climate change and biodiversity loss? We discuss the reality of “green” investments and savings, and ideas worth looking at as an investor.
What would happen next once humanity reaches an Eden-like utopia on Earth? What about space exploration? Why is there a premise that these two visions are mutually exclusive? Why isn’t it treated as one single vision of a future worth being excited over?
We had a talk with Duc Nguyen, Vietnamese vegetarian chef, writer and blogger, on vegetarian eating, the vegetarian cuisine scene in Vietnam, and how this diet has been a tradition for hundreds of years in Asia.