The Road to Anti-Consumerism is Paved in Downcycled Shoes: A Call for Personal Responsibility for the Planet

While there may be no ethical consumption possible in a capitalist society, there is much we can do as individuals to mitigate environmental destruction that also reduces economic transactions, helps us more easily feed our families, and strengthens communities to boot. I

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Bear Ears Monument and the Theft of Navajo Land

The Navajo nation covers 27,000 square miles sprawling across northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico. Geographically, this remote area partially resides within the vast expanse of the Colorado Plateau: 130,000 square miles of wind and rain-sculpted canyons, desert sage, natural

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Too Late? A Horror Story

I agonized on what to title this short piece, designed to highlight the grave problems facing humanity. Is it too late to reverse the direction of global warming and the inevitable catastrophic effects of climate change, and all the other existential threats

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