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Fukushima and the Future of Life on Earth

May 21st, 2014  |  by  |  published in Ecology, Slideshow | Comments Off on Fukushima and the Future of Life on Earth

Fukushima and the Future of Life on Earth

By Romi Elnagar . . . . “American sailors on the USS Ronald Reagan at sea off the coast of Japan sailed into the plume of radiation emitted by the Fukushima Daiichi plant and then were ordered to help the Japanese with the disaster. They… are now suing the Government of Japan…” The disaster at […]

Upsurge

April 14th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Ecology | Comments Off on Upsurge

Earlier this summer, the Weekly Packet, a newsletter published in Blue Hill, Maine, reported on a speech by Maine food/farm expert John Piotti. We append it here to the article by Maynard Kaufman as further evidence to corroborate Kaufman’s vision of a favorable future for us — as, and if, the strong trend to resurgence […]

Ecological Wisdom: What Does It Really Mean?

January 18th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Ecology, Slideshow | Comments Off on Ecological Wisdom: What Does It Really Mean?

Ecological Wisdom: What Does It Really Mean?

By Morgen D’Arc It means what it means — which is what? About ten years ago, I was working with a candidate who was preparing for his campaign. He was reviewing the Green Party’s Ten Key Values. Like many Greens, he couldn’t cite them all without looking at the list for prompting. He did know […]

Saving the Earth…in Our Backyards

January 18th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Ecology, Slideshow | Comments Off on Saving the Earth…in Our Backyards

Saving the Earth…in Our Backyards

Editor’s Note: This article is based on a talk given by the author on Earth Day, 2012, at the Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum in South Haven, Michigan. When we speak of saving the earth we usually mean saving life on the earth. The earth as a geological reality has already been ravaged for the resources […]

Back to the Land, Too

January 18th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Ecology | Comments Off on Back to the Land, Too

Back to the Land, Too

Two Generations Living Lightly on the Land in Maine . . . By Brian Kent . . . Little did we think that 38 years after we settled on our wooded land on Oak Hill, in Maine, that a second wave of “new immigrants” or “back-to-the-landers” would follow. Along the way we’ve thrived and learned […]

A Solar Transition – It is Imperative

October 14th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Ecology, Top Stories | 1 Comment »

A Solar Transition – It is Imperative

“A Global Green New Deal (GGND) will deliver sustainable growth with huge benefits for both humans and nature, with clean air and water, organic food, meaningful employment and more free creative time for all on this planet. Green sustainable growth will be a transition to a steady-state global solar economy in the 21st Century.” By […]

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