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Noni through the eye of the Llama

Peruvian Heartache
– Documentary Film in Production

Written and Produced by Alison (Noni) Richards

Llamas with blue eyes are rare. 8 more words


Saying goodbye to Summer

I’ve been fortunate to spend a good deal of time this summer tending to a lush garden just outside of Toronto in Oshawa. My aunt and uncle have lived there for over 53 years but still add new plants each season. 281 more words


We against They... The Battle Continues

I found this draft in my WordPress dashboard from January 2012. I don’t know why I never published it. It was finished, except perhaps a few tweaks for grammar and spelling, but for the most part complete. 616 more words


Be the kind of person who significantly and  positivly impacts others ~ Noni

We’ve all had people in our past who were instrumental in shaping our lives.

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Alison Richards

The Pipeline - An Ode to Enbridge and the Northern Gateway

written by Alison Noni Richards (c) 2012


Noni reblogged this on The Big Picture, The Fine Print and commented:

It's sad to think that 2+ years has gone by since I wrote this. What has changed? Not much. The dangers of invasive pipeline expansions are still valid and relevant. Despite an avalanche of scientific data (which unfortunately isn't reaching the mainstream media/public, and which is being systematically destroyed by our reckless leader,>> Harper) and despite resistance from brave citizens and activists, the bulldozers continue to gobble up our hope of a healthy future. My good friend Gien in South Africa has been working diligently curating and compiling an extensive website with information on pretty much any issue that may be concerning you about the path of humanity. His site offers images, videos, pod casts, articles, charts, and links to references for in depth study on a host of topics. After your read my poem I invite you to visit his site for the scientific information regarding this issue. Peak Oil - http://ingienous.com/?page_id=4536 Stay informed, be part of the solution, be part of the change.

Nobody Can Stop Them!

A lot has changed since my days at Occupy Vancouver, but the fact remains that I am still just a nobody.

Artwork by Pablo Stanley – The artist in no way endorses or agrees with the opinions presented in the linked blog posting. 11 more words