Categories - Op-Ed
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Beware the Seven Sharks!featured

The financial sector is a mess, but this is only a symptom of a larger set of problems. It’s been awhile since I posted anything, but the craziness of the past few days and months has motivated me to write. The walls are coming down around our ears and it’s nearly impossible for an average Read more

Change Doesn’t Come Easyfeatured

The documentary An Inconvenient Truth offers the most articulate and disconcerting depiction of climate change I’ve ever seen, but I doubt it will make a difference. Americans are busy with work, families, television, shopping and hobbies. Our culture encourages us to have a full life, yet we long for more free time. In contrast, consider Read more


Environmental Activism’s Missed Opportunityfeatured

I wrote an op-ed that was featured in the sustainable MBA column on the website. The column discusses how environmental activists often respond negatively to company’s first sustainable efforts as green washing and suggest alternative approaches that might be more productive. Read the column here.


Letter to the Editor: Gibson’s the Passionfeatured

The following is a letter I wrote to the editor for Tikkun Magazine after reading an online article on Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ – A plea to Christians to Respond with a Gospel of Love and Hope in place of this new fundamentalism” You can find the original article here. Michael, Thank Read more