In this piece for Local Call, I review the major systemic problems with recycling as we know it.
Month: January 2020
Markets' blindness to environmental effects is costing us dearly [Hebrew]
In a piece for Local Call, I discuss the economic concept of “market failures” and specifically the type called “externalities” — in which effects such as environmental degredation are ignored by market forces, and often exacerbated, because they do not come with an attached financial cost to businesses nor consumers.
Abandon All Hope for Fun and Profit
I’ve recently gone through a weird and remarkable shift in perspective. One way to put it would be that I’ve given up all hope for the future of the world – and it was the best thing that could happen to me.