The Sea Shepherd

Social Change = Passion + Imagination + Courage

Recently I have been thinking about how I can actively make environmental change. It could be due to increasing restlessness as a result of being inside a lot more thanks to the seemingly never-ending pandemic. But this restlessness and desire to make change has been burning within long before I […]

Small Steps to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Can be One Giant Leap for Mankind by

Small Steps to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Can be One Giant Leap for Mankind

Whether we like it or not, our daily activities increase our carbon footprint. A carbon footprint is the measure of greenhouse gas emissions (including carbon) that a person emits from their daily activities. It is important to know your carbon footprint and take responsibility for the emissions that you are […]


Ghosts in the Ecosystem

When the moon is in the Seventh House, And Jupiter aligns with Mars Then peace will guide the planets, And love will steer the stars (LYRICS: “Aquarius / Let The Sunshine In” (#1 Hit, 1969, from musical HAIR)   These great Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions happen only every 20 years. The last […]

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Recreational Impacts of Consumer and Conserver Society Perspectives Then and Now

In an Alternatives Journal (AJ) summer 1978 article by Julia Gardener and John Marsh entitled “Recreation in Consumer and Conserver Society”, they discussed the meaning of recreation from both consumer and conserver society perspectives. Forty-two years since the publication of this article, society still has tendencies to either consume or […]