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Everybody in the Pool
Using 401(k)s to drain the fossil fuel pool
Retirement plans are a hidden emitter at lots of companies, and one of the last big sources of fossil fuel investment. Yeah, right!? Call HR!
On better shopping ... and better NOT shopping
Plus, world leaders are talking about plastic and it's actually kind of real, I think!
Facebook rejected my podcast ad
Citing "discriminatory practices." This is how climate disinformation wins.
No pool for you: how climate is changing real estate
Get climate-friendly upgrades for your house! The benefits are: lower energy bills, higher resale prices, and toasty tootsies.
A drop becomes a flood: on climate-positive investing
First of all, episode 1 of the Everybody in the Pool podcast is live. Second, I am now obsessed with shareholder voting. Please, read on!
Announcement: The newsletter is now the podcast!
Everybody in the Pool, the podcast, is coming May 17! Listen to the trailer now!
The VIA strategy for climate solutions
A three-part plan for answering the question: what can I do to have a climate impact? Vote, Invest, and Adopt.
Kill the free return
Returns are a business nightmare and a climate nightmare, and the days of free online returns need to end. Luckily, they are! Plus, a 7-seater EV…
Bluesky: the opposite of doomscrolling
I'm actually a little embarrassed about how overjoyed I am to have Twitter 2.0 with all of the absurdity and none of the baggage.
Hey, America, we need to stay in the pool
Globalism is unpopular these days, but global leadership and cooperation is the key to surviving together or dying alone. The US has to lead.
Bonus: Spring cleaning in media. Call me, boys!
What if Jeff Shell, Don Lemon, and Tucker Carlson are actually all the same story? It's the sexism, stupid.
Fine, I admit it. I'm sad about Twitter.
Also, I'm pretty p**sed. Plus: sports teams leaving cities and some weekend sci-fi! Warning: this post contains some swears.
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