“Every major company needs to have a strategy for net-zero,” says Mark Carney, the next UN Special Envoy on Climate Change. In conversation with The Sunday Edition’s host Michael Enright, Carney stressed that citizens in countries such as Canada and the United Kingdom have agreed, through their elected parliaments, to meet the target of the 2016 Paris […]
Archives for March 2020
For Nietzsche, truths are created, not discovered, invented, not found – and language is the fundamental condition of their formation. He asks us to create new ways of becoming with/in the world. “Our acts are not self-generated, but conditioned. We are at once acted upon and acting. The forces that act upon us are not […]
Iceberg twice the size of New York City set to break off Antarctic ice shelf Scientists are unsure what this could mean for the future health and stability of the Brunt Ice Shelf. Previously stable for about 35 years, a crack in Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf recently started accelerating northward as fast as 4 kilometers […]
What will Life be like after this Covid-19 Crises? It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future. – Mark Twain 9-11. Covid-19. Connect the dots…. Right now, like Sept.11, we are only reacting to the moment. Some of us are in panic mode. Some of us are just in shock. All of us […]
“There are so many different kinds of stupidity, and cleverness is one of the worst.” Thomas Mann, The Magic Mountain Paul Thomas Mann was a German novelist, short story writer, social critic, philanthropist, essayist, and the 1929 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate.