Newsletters

The newsletters span the breadth of Klugne and may cover any of the main topic areas. We usually pick one main theme for each newsletter, and also briefly highlight the week's posts. You can read the newsletters on a standalone basis. See if any of the titles catch your attention.
Feb
01
The Klugne Newsletter

The Klugne Newsletter

For easy reference: here are all the Newsletters in one place and in chronological order
7 min read
Jan
27
Crowd of people on a city street

The West Owes this Couple a Huge Thank You

The Population Bomb was entirely wrong, but it helped persuade our greatest competitor to curb their growth
4 min read
Jan
20
Yellow rose in front of green leaves and tree trunk

Can Doing Less Help You Shine Like a Superstar?

Just practicing more doesn’t help if you aren’t learning valuable lessons
6 min read
Jan
13
Top-down view of the globe with swirling blue-green colors indicating ozone concentrations

The Healing Ozone Layer is a Warning, Not a Blessing

The good news is also a warning because it reminds us how incentives drive behavior
3 min read
Jan
09
Gravel path stretching off into horizon with cornfield on left, wheatfield on right, and sunflowers in distance

Is There Pleasure and Profit in Walking to Places?

Is it because we're pressed for time that we don't want to get out of our cars? Or because we don't want to walk?
5 min read
Dec
30
Three lounge chairs on a sandy beach with a blue umbrella (closed) and pine trees in background

Let's Give Politicians a Vacation

Why is it that our instinct is always to do something, anything? It's obvious we often make things worse by taking action.
5 min read
Dec
23
Book cover excerpt showing a small globe and the words "A global economy that works for progress, people and planet"

Stakeholder Capitalism: the Myth, the Misunderstanding, and a Lie

Delivering shareholder value is entirely consistent with taking a long-term view. And short-term profits have nothing to do with it.
7 min read
Dec
16
Pink neon letters in front of deep red background: This present moment used to be the unimaginab

Effective Altruism Begins Close to Home

There's a way to significantly contribute to the human condition while helping yourself in the bargain
6 min read
Dec
09
Dark wall with a dark door opening onto a vivid red background

I'm Going to Share my Secret to Success

This simple concept explains why the world is divided into an elite one percent, a highly effective 10 percent, and everyone else.
6 min read
Dec
02
Screenshot of the top of the US Taxpayer Bill of Rights, also referred to as IRS Publication 1.

Do We Have Any Rights as Taxpayers? (Newsletter 075)

Only one in ten Americans trust themselves to file their tax return without outside help.
6 min read