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Park and flood: why do we let planners pave over our green valleys?

GR:  This article points out how tempting the blank spaces are for planners and developers.  Of course, the blank spaces are usually critical bits of nature in otherwise human-destroyed landscapes.  298 more words

Nature Conservation

Avoiding the Ecocidal "Black Friday" -- Growthbusters and Good Books

GR:  Here’s some great Thanksgiving entertainment that I plan to spring on my guests ( :-) ).  It’s a bit of a test?

Is a system that celebrates, and depends on, more consumers doing more consuming really healthy and sustainable?

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Human Impact

The Omnicidal Madness of Empire

The atrocities being committed by militarized police on behalf of the Fossil Fuel Industry against the unarmed Water Protectors of Standing Rock Sioux is beyond appalling.  449 more words

Archived

Over the Last Month

I have been working on several new posts during the past several weeks, however to a significant degree my attention has been focused on the recent US presidential elections. 570 more words

These times

I don’t know about you.

My days are filled with warmth, food and loved ones, with creative work, with the beauties of a slowly turning mild Autumn. 1,217 more words

Culture

Breaching environmental boundaries: UN report on resource limits

GR:  This is a thoughtful assessment of the problems with development goals that seek to raise everyone to the living standards of the United States and European Union.  311 more words

Nature Conservation

Monsanto Tribunal: Five Renowned Judges Hear Witnesses Describe Crimes Against Humanity

Last weekend, farmers, scientists and activists from all over the world gathered at the Monsanto Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, to present the case against destruction caused by one of the corporate giants that promotes industrial farming.  506 more words

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