Examining Our Consumption

Examining Our Consumption

To be clear, I’m talking about this definition of consumption: the using up of a resource, not this definition: a wasting disease, especially pulmonary tuberculosis. Although maybe we industrialized countries do have a wasting disease that we have not yet labeled as such. I’m writing this directly following our Environmental Justice Discussion Group discussion of […]

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COP26: The 2021 UN Climate Change Conference

COP26: The 2021 UN Climate Change Conference

I was asked to summarize what the results of COP26 were. Let me begin by explaining what it was: A two-week summit of world leaders, climate activists, scientists, educators, indigenous leaders, and youth from around the world, on the topic of climate change. Given that, you’d think that the C stood for climate but really […]

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Route Density, Climate Change and Asking for Help

Route Density, Climate Change and Asking for Help

Collective Resource did okay through the first wave of this pandemic. The government loans helped. Our residential customer list actually grew as more people were working and schooling at home. But now, we could use some help. With our focus on education and advocacy, we are falling a little short on marketing and sales and […]

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