Ethics

Freedom & Ethics in the Metaverse

The neutrality of the Metaverse and the offer to craft an entirely new appearance (if desired) has been faced with an astounding mix of positivity and backlash. Is this new no-rules era a cause for concern and how will it influence how brands and individuals act in the space?

Ethics on Your Plate: The Wicked Tuna Debate

The bluefin tuna, a giant of a saltwater fish that’s prized for its sushi-quality flesh, has been plummeting in numbers worldwide since the 1950s. So why is that bastion of all that is holy environmentally, The National Geographic Society, associating its name with a reality TV show that all but glamorizes the catching of bluefin? Is it to raise awareness about a critical conservation issue? Or is something else at play?

My Organic Canned Food Has More Eco-Labels Than Yours

An explosion in eco-labels – those small squares and squiggles that indicate organic food products have passed certain certifications, like those of Fairtrade and the Agriculture Department – threatens to make organic food shopping more complicated than clicking every social media icon on your favorite blog. Where will it all end?