Straight through the Heart

Few would disagree that the last couple of weeks have been significant ones in the environmental world. First, on November 12, the United States and China came to an agreement that would see both nations commit to taking action against climate change. Obama announced that the U.S. has set a target to reduce carbon pollution by Read more about Straight through the Heart[…]

Globalization and the Human Soul

In many ways, thanks to globalization, the world is a lot smaller than it was 50 years ago. And, it continues to shrink. As noted by Norton (2014):  “Today we can move our goods and ourselves from one place to another much more rapidly than ever before, while ideas and capital can travel anywhere in Read more about Globalization and the Human Soul[…]

Ecopsychology: What it is, and Why it Matters – Part 1

Set aside the learned ways of perceiving the world as dead matter for your use and see if you can recover again your actual perception of the world as a community of beings to whom you are meaningfully related – Erazim Kohák Some of my most meaningful childhood memories stem from experiences that I had while Read more about Ecopsychology: What it is, and Why it Matters – Part 1[…]

Consumption and Culture-Making

Pretty excited that a letter that I wrote to the editor of Comment in response to an article entitled Consumption and Culture-Making: Let’s fight for balance and care in our fight against resource over-consumption was published in the Summer 2014 issue of the magazine. Have a look below to see what I had to say. Read more about Consumption and Culture-Making[…]