I started writing this post at the CBD meeting in Nagoya last October. Since I hate to leave my ‘drafts’ … More Public Identity and the Headphone Hegemony
I thought I’d throw out some thoughts on the idea of harmony. This is something I may develop more in … More Life in Harmony
SPECIAL GUEST POST At the end of last year, I arrived with two colleagues at the village of Nueva Italia … More Shanusi, Biofuels, and Conservation Trade-offs
Saudi Arabia wants to be paid for oil they won’t–likely can’t–produce.
For the past few years, I’ve been part of an interdisciplinary, international group researching conservation and its social complications. The … More Advancing Conservation in a Social Context
Last week I attended a conference entitled “Building an Ethical Economy: Theology and the Marketplace.” The speakers were previously recorded … More Building an Ethical Economy
I throw it out to my handful of blog readers: what do you think I should include in a 20-minute presentation?
One reason that I maintain a blog is that it helps me to clarify my own thoughts on various issues. … More On religious tolerance and anti-violence
Downloaded the last 20 hours of Tweets, removed common words+jargon, and used Wordle.net to visualize WWF-related Tweets for the day
OK–just kidding. Earlier today, I took one of those silly Facebook polls asking “Are you in favor of a Government … More Healthcare in the US: solved!