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David Suzuki | Durability was a prized attribute of clothing and other products. What's happened? Would a child today happily wear a hand-me-down? How many parents even think of passing clothing on that way?
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David Suzuki | We can all do our part to reduce consumption. We might find we're happier when we do.
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Vanessa Brcic | The enculturation of fear and hatred helps people avoid confronting suffering with a veil of illusory self-protection.
Podcast
film still River Blue
Kelly Okamura | Connecting cheap choices with living systems in River Blue. A conversation with the film makers on this yet to be released documentary.
Podcast
Kelly Okamura | Textile waste expert Sabine Weber says your one sided sock and holey towel need a better place to end their life cycles than the landfill.
Podcast
Sass Brown
Kelly Okamura | Sass Brown of EcoFashionTalk: "Flourishing fashion" and new consumption alternatives expressed through clothing.
Podcast
Kelly Okamura | Shifting mindset for new outcomes in the product purchasing system.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | People worldwide are eating more and more meat, leading to a loss of biodiversity, an increase in greenhouse gases and and land grabs in the global south. Brian Machovina says it's time to cut down.
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Michael Stewart | In the first of a series, Michael Stewart reports and reflects on the experience of bearing witness to the fifth and final Tar Sands Healing Walk in the Athabasca.
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Eve-Lyne Couturier | This week, the United States is celebrating their national holiday, or rather that of the American Dream in its most mercantile, superficial -- and bloody -- incarnation.
Book Review
Eleanor Boyle | Author Eleanor Boyle exposes the consequences of large-scale meat production and excessive consumption and searches for progressive sustainable solutions to eating meat.
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David Suzuki | Uruguay's President Jose Mujica has few possessions, donates most of his salary to small businesses and the poor, and lives in a ramshackle farmhouse with his wife. But don't call him "poor"!