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More is Less: America’s Addiction to Consumption

April 8, 2010
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by Meredith Katz Things are getting bigger, just in case you hadn’t noticed. Recently, there was even a story on NPR on the growing portion size of food at The Last Supper. In the past 1,000 years, entrée sizes of The Last Supper paintings increased by an average of 69 percent and bread sizes grew…

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True Costs: The Ethics of Consumption

March 24, 2010
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by Meredith Katz Ever had that discussion with a friend. You know, the one about if it really matters where you shop, how gas efficient your car is, and if energy efficient light bulbs are really going to save the world? In the past I’ve left those conversations feeling powerless, frustrated, and at times, judged.…

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