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Bad and good – the asymmetry

There is an asymmetry between bad and good. It takes a long time to create something good like an oak forest or a wholesome culture or a beautiful building. And all that can be destroyed in a few moments or … Continue reading

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Rebellion alphabet

When the laws of the land actively promote the destruction of nature and take other species to extinction ahead of us, it is obviously justified for brave people to rebel. We should all. Here are some examples, in alphabetical order: … Continue reading

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To nurture the sanctity of trees in our hearts

A cherry tree in our garden, viewed from below. Imagine a world where human life is cheap. If someone is in the queue in front of you and you are in a hurry, you take them out. If someone else … Continue reading

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T3-PIP: the small payment which could save the world…

I have been curious about the idea of lots and lots of small, regular payments by lots of people adding up to a big sum of money. And then this money being put towards saving Planet Earth from man’s desecration. … Continue reading

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Agriculture’s Max 8 moment

On Thursday I spoke at the Economist Sustainability Summit in London. The event was sponsored by Bayer, owners of Monsanto. Several speakers pointed out the galling irony that a sustainability summit is sponsored by a company which is the antithesis … Continue reading

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