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Tune in, turn on, save water: what psychedelics could teach the Anthropocene

It may come as no surprise that people who’ve taken psychedelic drugs tend to feel a certain connection with nature. After all, psychedelics and Earth Mother-loving hippie culture share a certain heritage. Yet a new study adds an intriguing wrinkle to the stereotype: maybe it’s not just a hippie thing. Maybe there’s something about the drugs that, regardless of one’s predispositions, nurtures a love of nature and a change in one’s environmental behaviors. Maybe there’s a lesson in there.
Tune in, turn on, save water: what psychedelics could teach the Anthropocene

What’s a sustainable way to keep the lights on? Not Shale Gas.

A U.K. study finds that shale gas is one of the least sustainable ways to produce electricity based on its environmental, economic and social sustainability, ranking seventh out of nine different energy sources. Coal was the worst option, while wind and solar ranked the best.
What’s a sustainable way to keep the lights on? Not Shale Gas.

Rerouting

Small changes to flight routes could deliver big climate savings
Rerouting

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