Year 2, Ep. 3: Degrowth and race


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Today I introduce the concept of degrowth and start my celebration of Black Future Month by looking for black voices who have written about degrowth or related visions. I look at a 2013 article in Sustainability by Brian Gilmore on degrowth and racial inequality, talk about N. K. Jemisin’s short story about anti-colonial technological innovation […]

February 17, 2020

Year 2, Ep. 1: Back on the Scales


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It’s a new year and I’ve been on a climate diet for 10 months now. So today I step back on the scales and see how my carbon footprint has changed. I find that I’ve lost nearly 2 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent since starting this podcast. Take a listen to hear how I did […]

January 15, 2020

Ep. 27: Buy Nothing Day


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This Friday, November 29, is Buy Nothing Day and the Global Climate Strike! I talk about Buy Nothing Day, why it’s important, and how to get involved. Plus, two stories about divestment–at the European Investment Bank and the Yale-Harvard football game–are giving me hope this week. Happy Thanksgiving, and see you in a few weeks! […]

November 26, 2019

Episode 26: Go-To Recipes


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This week, I challenged myself to cook and eat one type of local, seasonal vegetable I’ve never cooked before. Well, I failed, but primarily because I wanted to cook up vegetables I already had in the kitchen (just say no to food waste!). Take a listen: In the episode, I share my go-to recipe for […]

November 20, 2019

Episode 23: Plastic


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This week I talk about plastic. No surprise, it’s a huge environmental problem and a significant contributor to climate change. What is surprising (to me, at least) is how difficult it is to recycle. So it does make sense to reduce the amount of plastic you bring into the world by buying products with less […]

October 31, 2019