In the previous blog post, I wrote about, why people still have a hard time grasping the reality of climate change. This post covers what you can do to take action, once you’ve accepted that climate change is a real thing. First of all, consult your local Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy, and Don’t […]
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The terror attack in Paris was no doubt tragic, heartbreaking , and unjust. In the days that followed environmentalist around the world voiced our concern, that this would take focus from COP21 and belittle our need for a climate change agreement. Yesterday it was published, that the Parisian police will not allow for […]
In this post, we’re gonna focus on overcoming climate change denial. This means we’re gonna talk about why addressing climate change feel overwhelming, and what you can do about it. Now we’ve established I’m a +30 cinephile, let’s dig deeper into the truth about climate change, and why we would rather not know. Before you […]
This is the second post on the subject of Loss Aversion. If you missed the first post about why environmental extremists are both inspirational and scary, read it here. What if I had nothing? Turning the question of loss aversion upside down, what would actually happen if you had nothing? Or at least less […]
I’ve been asked by quite a few people now, to blog more. Apparently my supply isn’t matching the demand. So I wanted to write a meta blog post about why it takes about a week before a have a post ready. There are different factors to it. Firstly, I have a day job that I […]
Every now and then social media is flooded with a story of someone, who is acting in a way most of us would find extreme, in order to save the environment. Take Lauren Singer, an environmental studies major, living in NYC. Lauren is a woman so committed to reducing her environmental footprint, that all for her waste […]
Overall the movie hits a critical subject that should be addressed to a greater degree. I do however want to comment a bit on it: If you want to quote the movie while arguing for vegetarian/vegan diet, do not use the numbers given in this movie. Most numbers are accurate, but a few are […]
I love fun facts. Recently, I came across one of those fun fact articles about how we are destroying the planet, with our overconsumptions of weird products. One of the facts where: ‘About 3.8 million trees are cut down to produce 57 billion disposable pairs of chopsticks every year,’ That’s a lot of chopsticks Many […]
I’m back! After 4’ish years of not blogging, I’m ready with a new load of subjects, articles, and explanations about sustainability and environmental behaviour. It seems fitting that I should write one of the first posts about something I’ve loved and cherished since childhood: LEGO. LEGO recently announced its investment of 1 billion DKK (150mio $US) […]
Great news! The Netherlands just did something amazing in terms of climate policy. They sued their government – and won! I won’t go into details now, but in short, the lawsuit was brought under human rights laws by the sustainability foundation Urgenda, claiming that government need to take actual steps to prevent climate change, in order […]