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Kat Grigg is an Australian environmental scientist, writer, and photographer. She is pursuing a PhD from the Australian National University and was the former Managing Editor for Solutions.

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In the rainy Brisbane summer of 2011, James Powell, a geochemist and National Science Board member, and John Cook, physicist and Climate Communication Fellow at the University of Queensland, began discussing an idea. Cook had been running the website Skeptical Science since 2007 explaining what peer-reviewed science had to say about global …

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Named by Time magazine as one of the “10 Ideas That Will Change the World,” collaborative consumption describes the shift in consumer values from ownership to access. Collaborative Consumption (www.collaborativeconsumption.com) currently has a network of global curators from every continent, except Antarctica, who catalogue local organizations …

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“Nothing is permanent. This is the central teaching of the Buddha. Not a career, not an institution, not a wife, not a tree … All is change; change is the only truth.” – Paolo Bacigalupi, The Windup Girl I’ve always been a huge fan of futuristic, utopian-dystopian style books. I was inspired at a young […]

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