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Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet

Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet by Bill McKibben

Synopsis: Twenty years ago, with The End of Nature, Bill McKibben offered one of the earliest warnings about global warming. 254 more words

Society

The Climate Inquisition: Attorneys General Go Rogue

No matter what voters say in the upcoming US election, a coalition of Attorneys General intends to push for ‘even more aggressive’ climate action.

the March 29th press conference… 776 more words

Ethical & Philosophical

Sunday Sentence: Walden by Henry David Thoreau

“The hawk sat on a limb three feet above my head and did not stir as I walked under – that was the first sign.” – …

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Reading & Writing

COP 21-A Genuine Triumph & Total Fantasy

Last month I attended a Curtin University lecture on the Paris Climate Talks (COP21), presented by practicing lawyers, authors and principles of Eco Carbon PTY Ltd, David Hodgkinson and Rebeca Johnston. 635 more words

Environment

Environmentalists for Hillary?

To me, this is a total oxymoron.

In June 2015, Clinton’s campaign announced their new consultant…  TransCanada’s former lobbyist Jeff Berman.  In the period ending at that time, Hillary also had large sums of bundled contributions coming from associates from the fossil fuel industry: … 994 more words

Saving The Earth

Education Summit in Baltimore - 4/6

Next Wednesday (4/6), WSB’s Ecoliteracy & Sustainability Coordinator, Michel Anderson, will be offering a presentation at the Education Summit, which is part of the… 238 more words

Green Project

Individualism

I’ve been reading parts of the book Deep Economy by Bill McKibben and its spurred questions about the benefits of individualism. The idea of individualism is usually positive, we have the ability to do what we want, almost anything unless it harms another person. 571 more words