Should an economic relationship with nature be one of a unilateral character, with humans receiving from nature, or a bilateral one, where nature also receives from humans? Nicholas Canon from It’s Freezing In LA! discusses what extreme scenarios could emerge with the commodification of nature.
A lost language encoded in intricate cords is finally revealing its secrets – and it could upend what we know about Incan history and culture. Daniel Cossins transforms our understanding of the Inca civilisation in New Scientist.
Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Jerry Saltz has strong opinions on art-market groupthink, coffee and elitism. David Michon called him for a stimulating chat.
New York City is home to hundreds of activist groups, some of which have been at the frontlines for decades and some that are newer to the fight. One day, eight organisations, 14 people…This is a cross-section of what resistance – New York style – looks like in 2018.
Published in December 2017, this article from The Outline is a funny but thought provoking take on productivity and the evils of LinkedIn.