Most of the time on Sightline’s blog we talk about the Pacific—like when we talk about highly corrosive waters brought about by excess carbon dioxide emissions from humans. But today, we’re talking about The Atlantic.

Nicolas Jackson has a great new column up on The Atlantic’s “Life” section, where he’s posting responses to 9 1/2 questions about working in the sustainability field. Today’s post features Sightline’s own Alan Durning. Give it a read to see Alan’s responses to questions like:

  • What new idea or innovation is having the most significant impact on the sustainability world?
  • What’s a sustainability trend that you wish would go away?
  • What song’s been stuck in your head lately?