Jeremy L. Caradonna

Jeremy L. Caradonna, PhD, teaches Environmental Studies and the Human Dimensions of Climate Change at the University of Victoria. He is the author of Sustainability: A History (Oxford University Press, 2014/2016). He is the former owner of an organic food company in Victoria, BC. He is active in permaculture, biofuels, gardening, and the organic food movement. He is married with two kids.

How to Talk about Climate Change in the Age of Trump

Regrettably, the American electorate chose a president and vice president who believe that climate change is a hoax – that the scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change that is shared by hundreds of institutions and thousands of researchers is some kind of conspiracy against a vibrant economy.

November 22, 2016


The ‘Non-GMO’ Label Doesn’t Go Far Enough: Taking Stock of GMOs and Glyphosate

The world now has 500 million acres of GMO crops, mainly soy and corn in North and South America, but also cotton in the US, China, and India, and canola, sugar beet, and alfalfa in the US and Canada.

September 29, 2016

10 Successes of the Sustainability Movement to Date

What are some of the successes of the sustainability movement? What exactly can sustainists hang their hats on?

September 11, 2015

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