Buy it once – keep it forever

Following the post about rotation, and how it’s an environmentally friendly choice to rotate your stuff, this seems like an adequate follow-up.   Tired of buying crap that you have to replace every few years? Wished there was a way to only buy things once? I present BUY ME ONCE! A webpage that only features products […]

Rotation is the new recycling

Look out recycling, there’s a new kid in town. One that’s more energy efficient, cheaper, and consumption lowering. Furthermore, if you live in a big city, chances are you can save a lot of money and time because of it.   In short, rotating your belongings means selling or gifting them. In recycling, you often downgrade […]

Coca-cola as an Environmental Indicator

Canary in the coal mine – why Coca-cola is a great environmental indicator.

In this post, I argue that the Coca-cola company is a potent social, and environmental indicator, and why you should pay attention to their environmentally friendly products, and campaigns.   A friend of mine recently posted this video on my facebook page (Thanks Sonja). Edit: The video has almost completely disappeared from the internet. It’s even […]

Environmental Economics 101 – Mitigation or Climate Change Prevention?

I’ve been putting of writing about environmental economics for some time, simply because the subject is somewhat complicated, and I haven’t yet found a way to make it tangible. But last night, a friend of mine send my an article, that gave me an idea for a post about green-econ. Is so simple, even my […]

Cards Against Humanity — Climate Change edition (with a 2019 update!)

Cards Against Climate Change needs you — make your own card!   It’s been 4 years since that strong cup of joe sparked a climate change version of the popular game, Cards Against Humanity.   A lot of things have changed since then. We’ve seen the normalization of public environmental debate, the rise of Extinction […]