Tag Archives: sustainability

Making (personal) sense of a disintegrating world

A lot of people – usually people who don’t actually know me – think I’m a pessimist. There are some things that even readers of this blog will know I believe in; things like inevitable catastrophic climate change, end of … Continue reading

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Expecting a minor bump; about to hit a brick wall at 200km/h

That, in a nutshell, is my take on the current state of the world when it comes to climate change and other “challenges” ahead. How to tackle it? As much as I criticized The Lean Startup book in my review … Continue reading

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The dirty mobile telecommuters

Telecommuting can be great. It can also be loaded with many lies, one of which I’m going to partially debunk here: environmental benefits. Here’s typical imagery of a telecommuter, the kind that can be found from a plethora of presentations … Continue reading

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Time to shift from sustainability to resilience

In my previous post I mentioned my stance of climate change being a predicament rather than a problem. That’s just one of the challenges that are moving from the problem-space into the predicament-space. As that happens, we will need to … Continue reading

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