Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts This one stems from a DotEarth story about epidemic rises in incidences of deformed beaks amongst the birds of Alaska and elsewhere.
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Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts This could be the new paradigm for gated industrial communities – imagine the hungry clamouring at the fences. Lots of uncertainty here, considering the problems of food supply for a growing population. Meanwhile…the military pitch in, as do scientists, to tell a more convincing tale.
I like this girl, even if she is a lesbian vampire.
George Monbiot should stop complaining about our unwillingness to do anything about biodiversity loss and get with the program instead. Just another attempt to toy with our emotions… The world is getting smaller. Our human population is exploding, and our appetites are growing even faster than our birthrates. Although you may not realise it, this… Read more »
by Cecilia Macaulay If you have been struggling to adopt a ‘more sustainable’ approach to heating your home, it’s time you got a big hug, permission to be extremely warm, and a generous dose of Permaculture. ‘More sustainable’ often means turning the heater down 2 degrees, living a tepid existence, and saddest of all –… Read more »
Someone sent the following conversation through to me. It’s a must read. I love how comedy can cut through nonsense. God: Frank, you know all about gardens and nature. What in the world is going on down there on the planet? What happened to the dandelions, violets, milkweeds and stuff I started eons ago? I… Read more »
Click for full view. Warning: Cartoon gore! Courtesy: Marc Roberts Oh dear. If you think I misjudge it…. Oh dear oh dear oh dear. With the resources at their disposal I’d expect a lot better than this.
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Kiribati shows some leadership, as the tiger continues its journey into oblivion.
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts All sorts of military types prepare themselves for the new realities of peak oil and climate change. They don’t do this shit for nothin’.
With words taken from a Democracy Now Interview with John Perkins, a self-styled ‘Economic Hitman’, the studioJOHO crew have made a very cool animation to showcase the fantastic services we the wealthy offer two-thirds world countries. Watching this led me to check out other work from these video magicians – excellent stuff to watch and… Read more »
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Here’s a nice piece on AGW, markets and food-riots, by Raj Patel in the Guardian, and some further words on the biofuel connection. A fine series on urban food solutions at GRIST.