It seems very likely that we have spent too long in the company of bad ideas to now arrest our slide toward the brink. I hope I’m wrong about this, but I would not be surprised if the human experiment runs radically off the rails in our lifetime. — *Sam Harris


That the situation appears hopeless should not prevent us from doing our best. — Aldo Leopold

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(4)  I consider myself one of the best thinkers in the world today in terms of my ideas and overall thinking regarding how to save the planet, but I’m curious who you would say fits that bill.

(5)  Please share with me examples of what you consider some of the very best and most original ideas (having to do with saving the planet, of course). Particularly from the past twenty years or so.

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[*Note:   The Sam Harris quotation above is ridiculously hard to find on the internet. So I’m including this link. If you click on “old interview,” and sign into your Amazon account, it will automatically redirect you to the archived page with the interview transcript. The interview isn’t from 2014. It’s from an unspecified number of years prior.]


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