And where they can direct their attention instead For two decades the term “carbon footprint” has been part of our cultural lexicon surrounding environmental issues. Most of us probably can’t…Continue →
Employers, employees — unite! Blood and sand An ancient Greek wrestling school required participants entering to ‘strip or retire’ because spectators weren’t welcome. You were in the ring or out…Continue →
The kitchen is the heart of the home Food has played such a large role shaping civilization, it has been baked into the human experience. In fact, cooked food was a marked…Continue →
Being the default feels splendid because *gestures everywhere* life is tailored to your comfort, taste and priorities. Technology, cosmetics, professional industries, and even government structures are created with an ‘average’ consumer/user in…Continue →
Since humanity’s early days in Mesopotamia, managing risk has been a necessary part of life. As I wrote in this previous post, Hammurabi’s Code was the first set of comprehensive rules for…Continue →
As Vancouverites, we were environmentally conscious during the Before Times, but the pandemic underscored the true interconnectivity of our community. The new focus on local has shifted how and where…Continue →
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