KMC 35 – The Save The World? Issue

May 30, 2019

Decisions. The average adult makes about 35,000 decisions each day. For those who can afford to make choices, like which ketchup bottle to buy, does this decision really matter? The capitalist population has been told consumers have the power to save the world. So what’s it going to be? Glass or plastic? Your decision might make an infinitesimal difference. Then again, maybe it won’t.

Can we possibly be informed enough to make environmentally conscious decisions day in and day out? Plastic is bad. Mountains of it are washing up on the world’s beaches. Glass must be better, right? Click the photo below to read the feature intro from the recent issue to learn that some decisions can be hard to make when the world is at stake.

Read articles and editorial from this issue

And Then There Were…

Your Town Need A Surf Break? This Calgary Company Can Make It Happen

What The Hell Is Bellyaking?

Cigarettes in the Sea