Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts With phyloplankton levels crashing and the whole marine food chain going belly-up, perhaps marine life should follow this whale‘s example, and be a bit more pro-active.
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Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Greenpeace shut down 50 BP flagged petrol station franchises in London in order to apply pressure on the incoming CEO, Bo Diddley, er… I mean Bob Dudley, as his predecessor heads for Siberia. I can’t see him giving a tuppenny shite, personally. He’s got a whole planet to… Read more »
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I had to cheer someone up the other day. In my bid to be imaginative and put their blues into perspective, I remembered Monty Python’s ‘The Galaxy Song’ from The Meaning of Life. Yes, that’s right, don’t put me at top of your list of those who might be there to lift you out of… Read more »
They say it’s good to laugh at ourselves….
David Stockhausen, who is doing some cool work in San Francisco, recently came out to take our January-April 2010 Internship program, and went beyond the call of duty to also put together a rather cool collage of the experience. Nice one David! The April-July internship is now underway, and there are only a couple of… Read more »
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.
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.