What Do You Know About Food? (by Pauline Jacob)
We’ve quickly grown accustomed to a food landscape that favors our short-term productivity over long-term societal health
What if We All Showed Up for a Climate Disaster That Didn’t Happen?
We’re in the process of committing possibly the greatest waste of resources in human history
What Climate Alarmists Get Wrong About the Science
Solving hard problems in the real world involves more than climate science
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
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
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.
Our Wishful Thinking Era (Newsletter 063)
In our wishful thinking era, there is only one thing more harmful than the lies we willingly believe, and that is pointing out the truth.
You Aren't What You Eat (Newsletter 051)
The more we learn about nutrition, the more we learn that our inputs do not directly correlate to outputs.
To the Citizens of the 2100s (from the 2020s)
You know the history, but do you know what we were thinking when the world lost its collective mind at the end of the 2020s? As someone who lived through it, I want to tell you.
Can We Pay Everyone The Same Salary? (Newsletter 037)
The recommended living wage slightly exceeds today's actual median household income. This raises some interesting questions.