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We Can’t Escape This: On Breathing & Social Justice

The day after George Floyd’s murder, the neighborhood residents around S. Carrollton Ave. in New Orleans began their daily nine-minute silent protest, as silent as a protest can be with the St. Charles streetcar rumbling down the tracks on either side of the street....

Opinion: My personal story of how I overcome fast-fashion addiction and become a conscious consumer

Disclaimer: Opinion pieces are representative of the opinion of the individual, rather than Fifty Percent as an organisation. “But that's how it is when you start wanting to have things. Now I just look at them, and when I go away I carry them in my head. Then my...

On Independence and Colonialism

I’m writing this by the ocean, staring at the mountains piercing through the horizon line. I look at all the green – the Palawan local…

Youth Empowerment & Sustainability on Campus: A Conversation with Perry Dripps

Author’s note: The interview has been condensed to fit. I was once a student on a college campus, and I’ve been around people like Perry…

Sustainable Consumption, Gender & Justice: A Conversation with Lucie Middlemiss

By Hasheemah Afaneh Sustainable Consumption, Gender & Justice: A Conversation with Lucie Middlemiss Hasheemah Afaneh Author’s note: The…

Children

By Manasa Narayanan How far can these tiny feet walk? On the land that spews blood Where do these feet stop? Where is home? Is it the…

Reading Climate Change

By Mina Chan Media is a necessity – that’s been long established. The Fourth Estate, institutions that have the indirect power to…

Why Avocados also Suck

By Bodil S. Lund The truth is that I really, truly, deeply love avocados, and I want to eat guacamole with everything all the time….

Something About Truth

Photo by Magda Ehlers from Pexels When speaking of climate change and other environmental and sustainable issues thoughts connected with…

Guilt.

Photo by Bas Masseus from Pexels A plastic bag floating gently in the breeze Leaf-green words printed in comic sans “Reduce one-use…

Children

By Manasa Narayanan How far can these tiny feet walk? On the land that spews blood Where do these feet stop? Where is home? Is it the…

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Reading Climate Change

By Mina Chan Media is a necessity – that’s been long established. The Fourth Estate, institutions that have the indirect power to…

read more

Why Avocados also Suck

By Bodil S. Lund The truth is that I really, truly, deeply love avocados, and I want to eat guacamole with everything all the time….

read more

Something About Truth

Photo by Magda Ehlers from Pexels When speaking of climate change and other environmental and sustainable issues thoughts connected with…

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Guilt.

Photo by Bas Masseus from Pexels A plastic bag floating gently in the breeze Leaf-green words printed in comic sans “Reduce one-use…

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[Un]lost in Translation

Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels The evening the pregnant woman stopped me a block away from my apartment in the French Quarter…

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