Tonight I’m hopping on a plane bound for China. For the next two weeks I will be studying […]
In November 2013, I returned to my country of birth. I had not been back to Korea for […]
Tonight I had the good fortune to attend a lecture and meet world renowned economist and father of economic “shock therapy” Dr. Jeffrey Sachs. Dr. Sachs spoke of the pressing sustainability issues facing our world today. Extreme poverty, hunger, and climate change grow ever more threatening as economic and population growth have increased exponentially since the invention of the steam engine. We’re getting closer to the precipice and world leaders need to act now.
Because it’s Wednesday. And Wednesdays need more Hoff, dinosaurs, and mullets.
We all had dreams when we were young. Somewhere along the way between school, family, and our professional lives perhaps those dreams were forgotten.
Seoul is getting a vertical farm. With the majority of the world’s population living in cities, innovations like this will be vital to a sustainable future.