Anti-fracking protest at Barton Moss – but as far as the Government is concerned, dissent is unimportant. Photo: Manchester Friends of the Earth via Flickr. 1,809 more words
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Bags, bottles, buckets, lids, containers, cups, cutlery – single-use and disposable plastic products are ubiquitous. We may think plastic is a wonderful thing – many of the everyday products we use and rely on in our daily lives are made of plastic or are contained in plastic. 1,162 more words
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by A.E. Malmer © 2014
Stuart A. Kauffman began what he called “investigations” back in December 1994. He was rethinking Darwinian science, the basis for a lot of our culture’s attitudes toward “survival of the fittest” or “eat or be et”, to put it in movie jargon. 498 more words
The Island Institute’s 3-pronged approach demonstrates how.
While the Island Institute is not specifically a Biomedical Nonprofit, it is a science-based nonprofit dedicated to helping sustain Maine’s year-round islands and working waterfront communities. 565 more words