Click for full view Courtesy: marcroberts.com The World Bank stores up trouble by chasing the bottom line. Thanks to TheMushyPea for his help on this one.
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Click for full view Courtesy: Throbgoblins Many folk are wondering just how to get the seriousness of this thing across to a willfully ignorant section of society: Monbiot Nicholas Kristof Randy Olsen
Click for full view Courtesy: Throbgoblins Permafrost is not so permanent after all – here, here and here.
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Click for full view Courtesy: Throbgoblins This strip, from June 2008, fits just as well into today’s news.
Click for full view Courtesy: Throbgoblins With oil running out, and biofuels not being the answer, perhaps humans should grow and trade their food closer to home. Perhaps we suffer from collectively traumatised amygdalas.
Should corporations have the same rights as individuals? Should corporations, many of which have a greater turnover than entire countries, be free to finance the politicians they favour – in direct competition against little ‘ol you and me? Well, the Supreme Court of the United States thinks so, and has ruled this into law. This… Read more »
This is a rather amusing look at Chicago’s ‘Chicken Ordinance’. The moral of the story is if it’s not on paper, it doesn’t exist.
Editor’s Note: This is a repost from Marc Roberts at Throbgoblins. Be sure to comment and encourage our Frank in his permaculture ambitions. We’d certainly love to see him taking regular breaks from his passionate activist endeavours to recharge in nature and build some resiliency for himself against these troubled times. (But please, please, no… Read more »
Click for full view Courtesy: Throbgoblins I don’t know about you, but I was getting quite concerned about the health and whereabouts of our good friend Cantankerous Frank. We haven’t seen him around these parts for a few months now. A couple of times I thought I saw him lurking in the shadows, but it… Read more »
Regular readers will have noted a couple of posts – here and here – covering the new and developing Mullumbimby Community Gardens project underway not so far from Zaytuna Farm (about half an hour east, if travelling by car, or a day’s ride on horseback). Readers of those posts will have seen the panoramas I… Read more »