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Fossil Fuel Industries Should be Made Accountable for their Damage

Climate change is increasing the instances of extreme events and disasters, which is causing millions of lives and millions of dollars every year. Add to it the amount required for adaptation of the vulnerable communities. 819 more words

Fossil Fuel Industries in Climate Negotiations

The anthropogenic cause of climate change is the carbon and other greenhouse gases. These are emitted by the fossil fuels. The fossil fuel industries profit from the fuel. 643 more words

Work as ecologically destructive activity

When people ask ‘what do you do for work?’ what do they mean? Then mean ‘how do you participate in the economic system?’ (To earn your living, obtain housing, food, clothing, medicine, etc.) 368 more words

Black Lives Matter UK takeover airport runway

#BlackLivesMatter has to be one of the most powerful online movements since… well probably ever.

A simple hashtag set up four years ago in response to the murder of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin; it is now loaded with all the complexities of race relations (particularly between law enforcement and civilians) in America and by default, worldwide. 607 more words

Current Affairs

Olympic Teamwork and the Ugly American

I have never been much for ceremony. Neither Michael Phelps leading the U.S. team into the Olympic Stadium nor the pomp and circumstance of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2016 Olympics interested me. 1,102 more words

Social Change

Compost Conduct for the Good of the Planet (and Abbey Court)

There have been some concerns recently about the way some residents are using our compost bins.
I suspect I am not the only person to remove household rubbish, slices of bread and other cooked food that has been left there. 264 more words


ARC Review (NetGalley): The Yin & Yang Of Climate Crisis


Brendan Kelly goes beyond the typical notion of climate change and synthesizes Chinese Medicine with Planetary well being which is ground breaking to say the least. 408 more words

Book Review