I started Sustainable Review in 2019 with a simple idea: fill empty seats in sustainability.
It didn’t take long to realize that sustainability has no problem of interest. Lots of people want to ‘do better’. The problem is inclusion.
Not everyone feels included in the sustainability movement… and that transcends both identity and politics. After all, who wouldn’t want to live in a clean environment?
With Sustainable Review, I have one goal: fill as many seats at the sustainability table as possible.
That means making sustainability ordinary.That means no click bait, no greenwashing, no hidden agendas, no elitist politics.
The SR Community of Contributors is made up of students (undergrad, grad, PHD) and young-professionals from around the world.
One writer may be biochem-crazy for food, while the next author will be obsessed with DIY and slow fashion.
What they all have in common, however, is a shared dedication to provide scientifically-accurate, rational and productive content around sustainability.
Interested in contributing? You can submit an article by following instructions here.
When I left corporate finance for a mission-driven fellowship @ Venture for America, I noticed how not only was I happier…
but countless people started asking me about ways to transition into purpose-driven work.
So apart from all the eco-stuff, I’ll throw in my two cents on the future of work, or how big tech/AI is shaping the future…
Transhuman robots, anyone?
Sustainability is about creating a replicable lifestyle embedded in a system of permanence.
Sustainability goes beyond just the environment, and can really be applied to any facet of life.