Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Farruggio in 20/20

The more that working stiffs see the value in pulling back this empire to help the 99+ % of us...

Norvergence: Psychosocial and mental health impacts of climate change

“In the tech-saturated world, climate change is the biggest global threat (both physically and mentally).” Most articles or blog...

No, Not Nixon, Not China

“I will make only one prediction: the Nobel Peace Prize committee will emphatically not offer that to Trump nor Kim.”

Teaching mindfulness for a better tomorrow

When a child is taught how to be mindful, they can let go of that weight sooner and will be able to better manage their symptoms.

4 ways oil and gas industry can become more sustainable and green

We know that oil and gas companies are one of the main contributors to climate change, but as time goes on, these industries have grasped their influence on the environment.

Environmental Activists Being Killed Globally: Why Are World Leaders Still Silent?

“Planet earth is a beautiful place and worth dying for” This is not a quote; this was a belief...

Rethinking reparations

Aaron Campbell was young, black, unarmed, and suffered from mental illness, exacerbated by his brother’s death that day from kidney failure. He was...

The Empire’s Fools

“To all those fools out there who either believe in the lies and disinformation shoveled at them, or the ones who tell this writer "Voting for a 3rd party is a wasted vote": Karma is real!!”

Our future and the survival of humanity

So let us have community. Let us have a more egalitarian society. That way, we can survive.

Is remote work as sustainable as we think it is?

The positives of remote work do tend to outweigh the negatives in regard to environmental sustainability.