Tag Archives: Victor Lebow
Is a social tipping point on climate within sight?
It is often said that nothing seems to happen for decades, then decades can happen within a matter of months or even weeks. Despite the overall pessimism, there is growing evidence that we are approaching societal inflection points that may … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Irish Focus, Psychology Tagged consumerism, EPA, Victor Lebow 1 Comment
The future is green, Soylent Green
Back in the early 1970s, even the year 2000 seemed an infinity away; for many, it conjured images of a glittering high-tech future. For others, a grim dystopia. The latter view definitely inspired the only film of that era to … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Psychology, Sustainability Tagged consumerism, Paul Hawken, Victor Lebow, Village Magazine 1 Comment