Example image

Why We're Winning

The Netherlands’ Secretary of Climate Change, Dilan Yeşilgöz-Zegerius; Senator Joe Manchin; San Francisco Mayor London Breed; Woke Racism author John McWhorter Over the last 30 years, liberals and progressives…

30 Dec 2021 • 2 min read
Michael Shellenberger by Michael Shellenberger
San Francisco Government Is Secretly And Illegally Operating An Illicit Drug Use Site

When San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced a “linkage center” to connect homeless drug addicts to treatment, she never mentioned it would include a supervised drug consumption site. By Michael Shellenberger…

21 Jan 2022 • 1 min read
Michael Shellenberger by Michael Shellenberger
1/20 Sustainability Shortlist

UPROOTED is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This week's Sustainability Shortlist includes some recent “wins”, critical…

20 Jan 2022 • 2 min read
UPROOTED by kamea chayne

Interest rates and market uncertainty are rising as the Federal Reserve’s tightening cycle gets underway. Global stock markets have been trying to adjust to quickly changing terrain since the omicron variant…

10 Jan 2022 • < 1 min read
The Gregor Letter by Gregor Macdonald
Featured Publication
The joy of a cold winter walk on the beach

I’m working on a few projects, but there isn’t always time to write. I will be back in Ottawa on Monday and return to a more structured schedule. So for this weekend, I want to share this photo I took…

08 Jan 2022 • 1 min read
The Planet by Alexander Verbeek 🌍
Seven Meditations for Agritech Founders to review 2021 and plan for 2022

Dear Readers, Wishing you all a happy new year! I hope you had a wonderful vacation and took enough time to pause and reflect on the year that went by. My name is Venky. I write Agribusiness Matters every…

07 Jan 2022 • 4 min read
Agribusiness Matters by Venky Ramachandran
FtF News #134 – A look back at 2021

Hello, and welcome to Forge the Future, your weekly rundown of the latest climate news. This week, as promised, we’re taking a look back at 2021. Ah, what a year. Whilst for many I think it may well have…

05 Jan 2022 • 6 min read
Forge the Future by Oli Hall
Objects in Mirror are Closer than They Appear

It’s been easy to lose track of time during the prolonged pandemic. Even as we tried to resume a sense of normalcy in 2021, the overall feeling seemed to be of time standing still. But time waits for no…

02 Jan 2022 • 3 min read
The Instigator by Mark Tercek
Issue 36 — Counted on the Spacious Dial

HAPPY NEW YEAR, Dear Reader! I begin 2022 with gratitude to all of you for your engagement and support. As you’ll see below, I have plans aplenty for the New Year, and I’m sure that you do also. The comments…

01 Jan 2022 • 6 min read
Frugal Chariot by Eunice J. Panetta

Climate Change

The biggest climate and nature stories of 2021
31 Dec 2021 • < 1 min read
The Planet by Alexander Verbeek 🌍
My first view at 2022
01 Jan 2022 • 4 min read
The Planet by Alexander Verbeek 🌍