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14 January 2018. From Sea to (Not So) Shining Sea... What Will Future Generations Say of Us?

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Trump’s order opening all areas to grasping corporate rape shall reverberate for generations, even if it’s repealed in 2019 (if the GOP loses Congress, which may very well happen). 122 more words

Politics

Fighting Back

Continuing the trend of plastics being the bane of everything on Earth’s existence, we have another organization taking a stand against the use and disposal of plastics. 102 more words

Redemption

Plastic has always been a problem for the environment due to its single-use only design, as well as its massive decomposition time of at least a thousand years. 208 more words

GAIA: “Multinational firms shouldn’t blame the public; take responsibility for PH pollution”

According to Inquirer.com, Environmental groups have spoken that those multinational companies should stop “conveniently” blame the general public and take responsibility for the worsening pollution of seas and water systems in the country. 378 more words

Artwork highlights a People’s History in Grand Rapids – Print #20: Ecological consequences of logging and the furniture industry

Last semester, art students in Brett Colley’s GVSU class on printmaking, invited me to come talk about the Grand Rapids People’s History Project. The intent of the class was to have students investigate their own part of a People’s History of Grand Rapids and then make a print based upon an individual social movement or a particular moment in Grand Rapids history. 174 more words

People's History Artwork

(Audio) Armand Amar - La Terre vue du ciel (Soundtrack) (2004)

French of Moroccan origin (born in Jerusalem), Armand Amar spent his childhood in Morocco. Imbued with the sounds of instruments considered exotic at the time, the pull of that “world apart” exercised by extra-European music soon fascinated him. 167 more words

Europe

Just a sham...

The U.N. Environment Program’s latest report says that  despite the Paris climate accord,  which gave a billion U.S. taxpayer dollars to the globalist cronies of His Oneness,  we are still doomed unless we all do much more. 467 more words