Competing for Bandwidth

Competing for Bandwidth

By Mark Peterson If you’re like me and you have been working remotely there seems to be the constant battle for all kinds of bandwidth. Internet bandwidth is at a premium and with both my wife and I working and togging between Zoom and Team virtual meetings, my three...
Compassionate, Collaborative Action

Compassionate, Collaborative Action

By Mark Peterson It is hard to reflect about what was on the horizon from my vantage point sixty, some-odd days ago with COVID–19 but a specter in my mind’s eye, lurking in the distance. The specter lingered uncertainly, and yet, I was hopeful, looking forward to...
Watch Your Waste

Watch Your Waste

It’s no secret that we are facing some challenging times and I’m not just talking about CORVID-19. Not to downplay the seriousness of this issue dominating the airwaves as of late but it is also important to keep calm and carry on. CORVID-19 has certainly impacted...
Rethinking Repair

Rethinking Repair

By Mark Peterson We’ve all heard the news reports that recycling is dead, not sustainable and the myriad of other reasons to justify why we should all feel better about just throwing all our stuff in the landfill bin. There is definitely some truth in these reports...
Foxes in the Hen House

Foxes in the Hen House

By Mark Peterson It is no secret that we are being overrun by the ever increasing amount of plastic that deluges us every day. Just about everything we use in our modern society has some sort of plastic component to it. Even our glass bottle with a metal lid has the...
Complex Conundrums

Complex Conundrums

By Mark Peterson Sustainability pursuits don’t exist in vacuum and despite our hopes and dreams they are still subject to Newton’s 3rd law of Physics. We sometimes refer to this law loosely as action-reaction, where the force exerted is the action and the force...