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It's simple. If we can't change our economic system, our number's up | G...
It's the great taboo of our age – and the inability to discuss the pursuit of perpetual growth could prove humanity's undoing
Human Ancestors Were Nearly All Vegetarians | Guest Blog, Scientific Ame...
Paleolithic diets have become all the rage, but are they getting our ancestral diet all wrong? Right now, one half of all Americans are on a
Mawwiage. Mawwiage is what bwings us togeva today.
The other week someone at his work made the following comment about Paul and I in a group conversation: "Marriage is really hard. You have t
Does the Sharing Economy Need Lawyers? And If So, What Kind? | Post Grow...
People are experimenting with different ways of living – what kind of legal and regulatory support structures will help such initiatives to
12 Things You Can Do With a Mason Jar (and Only One Involves Canning)
Want to unstuff your life? Find the tools that multitask.
Can Eminent Domain Be Used to Avert a Foreclosure Mess? This California ...
Governments usually use eminent domain powers to displace people. But one hardscrabble Bay Area city is going to the mat to do just the oppo
Dear Internet: Thanks for the Advice on Sex and Drinking. It's Way Bette...
Are we starting to see a cultural shift in how our society thinks about rape? The huge online response to a Slate columnist who told women t
The curious story of the Nobel prize for economics
This week the 2013 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel was awarded, jointly, to Eugene F. Fama, Robert J.
Seattle’s Latest Innovation? PicoBrew Home Brewing Appliance
Seattle is a city of innovators. Microsoft, Amazon, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Seattle is also a city with over 40 craft brewer
The Sharing Economy Just Got Real | Post Growth Institute
Janelle Orsi describes the legal challenges that companies in the sharing economy face and proposes new ways of doing business to overcome t
Tell the state you support increased funding for biking and walking
State Senate transportation leaders are holding a series of listening meetings across Washington over the next couple weeks to hear from peo