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Talking about Population

February 16, 2012 by


Summary: The ‘population question’ comes and goes, but the issue never really goes away, and there is still a general unwillingness to talk about it. While I certainly don’t see it as the world’s greatest threat, I think the goal of a stable population across the world is an honerable one, and one unavoidable requirement […]

We are the 99%, and we are to blame

December 10, 2011 by


Summary: The slogan ‘we are the 99%’ lets us off too easily, and lays the blame on the 1%. In reality, it is our shared values that are to blame for the crises we are facing. Something about the Occupy Movement has been bugging me, and now I think I have come to realise what it […]

Environmentalism and Religion – Too Many Similarities?

July 1, 2010 by


My stance on religion has varied through time. In my youth, I was a Christian by default (after my parents christened me), and I don’t think I ever thought much about what that meant. I never remember attending church aside from the occasional wedding or funeral. In the final few years of school, I attended […]