Us and Them – a Better Approach

Posted by & filed under Biodiversity, Comedy Break.

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 »

God on Lawns

Posted by & filed under Comedy Break, Plant Systems.

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 »

Confessions of An ‘Economic Hitman’, and Other Animations

Posted by & filed under Comedy Break, Consumerism, Economics, Food Shortages, Global Warming/Climate Change, Peak Oil, Society.

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 »