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why chase my sons into daylight?
why urge them to heights?

to avoid the rising tides as Greenland melts?
to craft their days in service to debt… 48 more words


Transport and climate change

This post first appeared at Axel and Lan’s The Common Good blog and is republished with permission.

You will remember the news headlines from October 2018: “12 years to limit climate change catastrophe.” This was the media’s interpretation of the 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). 674 more words

The Amazon forest is dying

« Un jour, dit la légende, il y eut un immense incendie de forêt. Tous les animaux terrifiés, atterrés, observaient impuissants le désastre. Seul le petit colibri s’activait, allant chercher quelques gouttes avec son bec pour les jeter sur le feu.

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Prayer for the Dog Days

Today’s prompt from #30DaysOfSummerWrtingChallenge is about the Dog Days of August. With the dog star, Sirius, high in the night sky, in many parts of the world (excepting Ireland) we swelter. 254 more words

Poems By Bee Smith

Sixes and sevens #09

My weekly collection of the provocative, intriguing, or curious, in a world where the house is falling down. The contextual, the cultural, and other things that catch my eye. 214 more words


World first for solar powered rail

This morning the world’s first solar panel array connected directly to a railway went live in Aldershot. Riding Sunbeams’ ‘First Light’ demonstrator project is a collaboration between climate change charity… 169 more words

Listen to the Trees!

Listen to the Trees!


Guest post by Jim Steele

What’s Natural?

Published in Pacifica. Tribune August 20,2019

This summer I taught a class on the Natural History of the Sierra Nevada for San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus. 781 more words