Category Archives: Planet

New Release – Coming of Age and Finding Your Place

  Guest Post by Author Julie Dunlap Growing up has always been tough. But the millennial generation, my young adult children’s cohort, faced especially daunting challenges. The 9/11 terror attacks, Hurricane Katrina, the BP oil spill, and SuperStorm Sandy, along with … Continue reading

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The Anthropocene merger of ecology, economics, and politics can no longer be ignored.

Jedediah Purdy’s essay in AEON may be challenging bedtime literature but it’s worth reading, and rereading, if you want a more holistic view of our current planetary predicament. I find his conclusions to be a theoretical exploration if not a … Continue reading

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Great Summer Reads on Nature, Environment, and Keys to Creating a More Sustainable Future

I have listed below my recommendations for summer reading. Several of these were instrumental to me in developing my perspectives on environmental issues. Others were helpful in my research for my books (see below). Yes, of course, I would like … Continue reading

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Impact Investing – The Time Is Now

Well I finally did it. I put my money where my mouth is. I transferred all my assets into stock portfolios that were selected on a basis of environmental, sustainability, and good governance (ESG) criteria. The data are pretty clear … Continue reading

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