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On Being a Climate Migrant

When I first moved to San Diego twenty years ago I fell in love.  Blue skies, blue Pacific, lush, rolling hills of scrub oak and chaparral and warm sun most of the year. 912 more words

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Findhorn film launches: An Enquiry into a New Story for Humanity

This weekend the oldest eco-village, Findhorn, launches an important film to commemorate its extraordinarily ambitious 2014 New Story Summit. I have just read a review by one of the talented filmmakers, Rhonda Fabian, who I had the good fortune to meet at the Summit.  442 more words

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The Illusion of American Democracy

I have always been fascinated by the capacity of people to block out facts that either trouble them or do not align with their preconceived beliefs about the world. 651 more words

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Monsanto: Cancer, Cataracts, and Ecocide

“Lord de Mauley: Why did you conceal from the public ‘The Open letter from America’ hand delivered to the Prime Minister on 11/11/2014 warning the UK against GM crops and glyphosate? 121 more words

The Sky is Falling

A few years back I had an experience that hammered home the notion of the normalcy bias. I worked for a healthcare service in Southern California which assisted home bound patients and their families. 1,468 more words

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The Niger Delta “Overlooked” by Government

The Niger Delta has been exclusively the undisputed source of Nigeria’s vast but plundered national wealth for five decades. When President Muhammadu Buhari came to power in 2015, his first “ 615 more words

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