Monthly Archives: February 2021

Money VS. Social Responsibility

Sustainability is such a hot topic and has been for several decades, however the government and many world organizations have only recently started to see the major problem that is pollution. Within the private sectors pollution is everywhere and with … Continue reading

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If it is Out of Sight, it is Out of Mind

I would like to begin by admitting that I barely passed macroeconomics my senior year. Therefore, I had absolutely no idea what this article was talking about. Of course, that is no one’s fault except mine and maybe my macroeconomics … Continue reading

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Let’s be Sustainable Together!

Global warming is happening as we speak!! It is caused by the mass emissions of CO2 and greenhouse gases. One solution to this wicked problem was suggested in this week’s reading, ‘Green Economics: How We Can Afford to Tackle Climate … Continue reading

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Wicked Climate Change

Cap and Trade is a government-imposed pollution tax. Companies deemed big polluters will have to pay a pollution tax. Since the government has no way to measure a company’s pollution emissions, the government will impose a cap. Now, for the … Continue reading

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Seriously… It’s the Little Things.

Of course, the cause of environmental degradation stems from socioeconomic, institutional, and technological activities, however the root cause of the majority of environmental issues stems from poverty.  Many high polluting manufacturing plants have emerged in China and India, still The … Continue reading

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Go Green or Go Home

Paul Grugman has made it a point in this article to reveal the corrupt teachings of the market. Some of his points though are stating that individual actions are not helpful to the evolution of product waste and protecting the … Continue reading

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“The Cap of Wicked Problems”

I thought reading 5 did an effective job on informing us about how drastically the climate has changed and how to get the world back on track when it comes to our climate. They really shed light on how our … Continue reading

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Ideal vs Realistic

I thought the Wicked Problems website was interesting and insightful. I had never given much thought to the idea of how significant design can be outside of business apart from in art. I like how this approach can make a … Continue reading

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The Truth About Climate Change

Many people in society believe that climate change is a real dilemma the world is facing. However, throughout the reading it was made clear that not everyone has equal opportunities to make better decisions for the planet. People going through … Continue reading

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My Wicked Experience

“Green Economics: How We Can Afford to Tackle Climate Change” had some intriguing insights into the climate change issue. It focused on the economics of it all, rather than merely stating that the problem was our fault and so we … Continue reading

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