Insights from Jason
A global tax on plastic to fund private ocean clean-up initiatives is probably the only way to end the horrors of plastic in our seas and seafood. Let me explain. As the Covid pandemic ends and life returns to normal – our seas are still suffering from long Covid. It...
What do cannabis, magic mushrooms, and oak trees all have in common? It is not that you consume the first two while sitting under the third to contemplate life. They are all an integral part of an exciting revolution.
The war in Ukraine is fanning the flames of inflation across the world and may cause a famine in Africa and elsewhere. However, an eventual peace dividend may help reduce global warming.
Our destruction of ancient bogs to facilitate industrial farming operations around the world is environmental and climate madness. For Peat’s sake let’s stop this nonsense.
London’s wealthy west end, the fires in Canada and the floods in Germany and are all connected. As we lose touch with nature and our past, we fail to see the future.
The pandemic has led to a global re-appraisal of the power of companies to deliver, halting a groundswell of anti-capitalist sentiment. Our broken and poorly regulated markets, however, put our future at risk.
Food and what it means will become one of the most divisive issues of our next generation. It will fuel geo-political and class wars about how we sustain ourselves and will define who we are.
We spend almost our entire lives inside; this is bad for us and bad for our planet.
Amazon, the insanity of markets and a single new year’s resolution can all be brought together for the good of humanity.