We talk a lot about capitalism around these parts because the economic system we currently live within is one of the root causes to many of our issues relating to environmentalism and justice. We’re not prescriptive in the exact economic model that should exist, but we explore what’s out there, what’s working and a future we can work towards. For decades we’ve been stuck in the thinking that we can no longer shift away from hypercapitalism (or corporatism), but we can. The world we live in financially is new and modern. We can absolutely change it into something more ethical and sustainable for us all.

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Where do we go from capitalism?

Free guide Where do we go from capitalism? This guide collects our seven part series on capitalism and the way forward. We write about our economic system a lot – this is a good place to start and dig in. A seven part series on capitalism and the environment As

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Bezos the billionaire hero? Nope.

The word greenwashing is believed to have come about in the 1980s when environmentalist Jay Westerveld was staying at a resort in the Pacific and read a sign that asked him to place his towels on a rack (don’t wash) or on the floor (replace). The notice continued along the

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What comes after capitalism? Alternatives to capitalism - Nowhere & Everywhere - Environmentalism Sustainability Conscious

Where do we go from capitalism? Part One.

What’s the point here I often find myself asking in yet another booming city? That we all capitalize ourselves into the vision of the western dream? Who dreamed up that dream? Do we all think we’re living the dream? It sure doesn’t feel like it. Even the rich are depressed.

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Environment impact label

Through a design process we took a stab at creating a back-of-product label that would outline the environmental impact the product you were holding has; whether it’s a piece of food, a processed product, a fashion item, homewares or anything else. We do it with nutritional label on food. We do it with energy efficiency on appliances. We label cigarettes specifically in some countries to discourage use. Why not do it with the environment?


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