The Omnivore’s Dilemma: Pastoral Grass, a Reflection on Part II

In case you haven't read the reflection on Part I yet, I suggest you do before continuing on. If you have read it, I hope you enjoyed it and were able to reflect and think on its topics a little more with how it applies to your own lives! Michael Pollan begins the second section [...]

Search with Ecosia, Save the World

27 years ago, Alan Emtage, a student at McGill University in Montreal, developed Archie, the very first search engine. That was just the beginning. Somewhere along the way, a symbiotic relationship developed between these continually developing search engines, advertisers, and users which has blossomed into something like we've never seen before. Search engines, marketing, and the lives of [...]

“The Omnivore’s Dilemma: Industrial Corn”, a Reflection on Part I

The first section of Pollan’s book was a read that I just couldn’t put down. His tenacity in his approach to his mission and commitment to relaying accurate and scientifically founded information just isn’t something that you come across as often as you would hope. This book, so far, has already began making me question [...]

Meet Barry Commoner

As one of America’s most influential environmentalist, Barry Commoner devoted his life and career to ecology, awareness, education, and enacting positive change. He was among the first to begin advocating for recycling and organic farming, as well as raising awareness about the threats of the greenhouse effect and the dangers of radioactive fallout. As the [...]

The Mystery of Zebra Stripes Solved

Listen to an extended version of the full interview in the video below: The mystery of zebra stripes has long been a subject of debate, at least since the days of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace. Now, thanks to Dr. Tim Caro, a professor of wildlife biology at the University of California-Davis, we finally have our answer. [...]