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Stephen Leahy – Rebel Journalism and the Rights of Water

Stephen Leahy, independent international environmental journalist, and author of Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts About How Much Water we Use to Make Everyday Products.

Stephen Leahy discusses his latest book on our water footprint and on how he’s made Community Supported Environmental Journalism work for him. After two decades writing about environmental issues in the public interest Leahy has also employed crowd sourcing as a way to finance his work. In 2014 he published his first book titled Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts about How Much Water we Use to Make Everyday Products.

Stephen Leahy pioneered Community Supported Environmental Journalism as a way to finance his work while ensuring important environmental issues continue to be covered. Through Leahy’s Web site, people supplement his income though donations and support him in other ways including by providing accommodations when he travels. Leahy tells Cameron that the mainstream media in Canada have essentially abandoned the environmental beat and that “Canadians are actually fairly poorly informed compared to Europeans who still have very strong environmental coverage.”

In his 2014 book Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts about How Much Water we Use to Make Everyday Products, Leahy presents the reader with a combination of riveting facts and infographics to illustrate how much water is used to support everyday activities. Much like the Ecological Footprint, which measures consumption against how much land is required to support the resource use/ waste, a “water footprint” is the amount of fresh water used to produce the goods and services we consume, including growing, harvesting, packaging, and shipping. The concept of “virtual water” is about the water it takes to make everyday things: 5,000 litres to make a cotton t-shirt; 140 litres for one cup of coffee; 7,500 litres to produce a pound of butter. According to Leahy, the average person in North America’s water footprint is about 8,000 litres per day per person. Of that, 300 to 400 litres is the direct use—toilets, showers, cooking, washing—while the rest of it is the virtual water. This is an issue because only about 3 percent of the world’s water is drinkable and we’re using more and more of it every year. Leahy discusses how the resulting shortages are causing drought, food shortages, economic contraction, and mass migration.

This interview is part of The Green Interview, an archive of resources pertinent to an understanding of the future of life on earth and humanity’s roles and responsibilities in sustaining it. The archive was produced by the late Silver Donald Cameron and Chris Beckett during the 10 years before Cameron’s death in 2020. Through the efforts of family and friends and the generosity of private donors, The Green Interview has been made freely available to all who would find it of benefit. Its permanent home is with the Science, Environment and Economy Archives of Library and Archives Canada.

Books by Silver Donald Cameron:

#Education #Journalism #ClimateChange #TheGreenInterview

How to Use Social Media to Build Strong Connections in Tough Times

Using Your Company’s Social Media to Survive ( & Even Thrive!) in Tough Times- SEJ eSummit 2020 Session presented by Mary Davies of Beanstalk Internet Marketing

#SocialMedia #ContentMarketing

Covid-19 poses so many challenges to businesses struggling to stay afloat in these uncertain times.

In this session with Mary Davies, you will learn how to not just survive but rather thrive in tough times through building strong connections and long lasting relationships with your user base and customers.

Using social media will be the focus of this session but many tips provided can easily be transferred and implemented on your website, email outreach campaigns, and even brick-and-mortar storefronts.

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Sei: Jay Jog and 0xResearch

00:00 Introduction
00:22 Hot Seat/Cool Throne
24:40 Blockworks Research
25:38 Interview Start: Sei’s Origin
28:36 Why Use the Cosmos SDK?
33:43 Why a Sector-Specific Chain?
37:09 Optimistic Block Processing and Intelligent Block Propagation
49:50 Parallel Processing
53:48 The Tradeoffs
56:14 Sei’s Validator Set, Sei’s Token and MEV
1:09:56 Price Oracles
1:13:42 Ecosystem and Airdrop Strategy
1:19:35 Partnerships with Centralized Exchanges