Over the last couple of years, it seems that search terms for “ethical” and “fair trade” have all but been replaced by the word, “sustainable.” Don’t get me wrong. Sustainability is super important and, for many, the term itself implies safety and good wages for workers in the supply chain. But I also think that …
Though individual activism and the zero waste movement can be useful tools, they tend to ignore the fact that individual choices can’t solve the problem of climate change if policies and corporations don’t get on board with our actions.
What would happen if we thought of each other as part of the same collective body? How would we treat each other?
Charity Navigator’s fixation on low overhead has trained people to assume that overhead is inherently bad when it comes to nonprofits.