Author Archives: David Bergman

The Distillery: April 22, 2018

For Earth Day, nature’s rights and intergenerational rights Continue reading

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Fake Growth

Real growth vs fake growth – a sound bite for a Twitter world Continue reading

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The Distillery: February 27, 2018

The ultimate “good news disguised as bad news.” Continue reading

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The Distillery: February 2, 2018

Good news disguised as bad. Continue reading

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The Distillery: January 6, 2018

For the new year, let’s celebrate some renewal – in the form of reforestation. Continue reading

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The Distillery: December 22, 2017

Our end of the year Distillery is newsworthy updates to some recent – and not-so-recent – posts. Continue reading

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The Distillery: December 5, 2017

Youth are suing the government for endangering future generations by not addressing climate change. And they might win. Continue reading

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The Distillery: November 17, 2017

With the US’s move to withdraw from the Paris climate accord, the role of the federal government is even further diminished and local governments are filling the void. Continue reading

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Take My Computer. Please. (The Case Against Ownership)

Ownership isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. There are many things that we don’t need – or want – to own. And here’s why. Continue reading

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The Distillery: October 12, 2017

We can all use some positive news these days, especially on the environmental front in which science is considered evil, denial is an alternative fact and the EPA is now what I’m calling the Environmental Destruction Agency. And while I … Continue reading

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