It’s past 4am and I’ve been wasting the time I’ve supposed to be using productively to achieve world peace.
A little cliché perhaps, but a realization hit me in the shower, which I’d like to share (the realization – not the shower…), though I can’t really elaborate on it or point you to further resources at the moment.
I know it’s better to stick with positive visions for the future, but this might just be another heads up.
Another scientist speaks out for climate, noting the massive contribution of livestock to global warming.
Australia’s carbon footprint just got bigger, with the news that old growth forest, cleared for grazing, holds three times as much carbon as thought.
At the end of last year, Jay Zwally, NASA climate scientist specialising in Arctic ice conditions, looked closely at the state of the Arctic and publicly announced that “at this rate the ocean could be nearly ice-free by the end of summer 2012.
Currently I’m helping the wonderful Renata with her Beginner’s Seminar for Vegetarianism (and veganism), the first Saturday of every month in 2008.
The leaders of USA, Japan and Canada are [reportedly] stalling target setting at the G8 summit in Japan.
The spirit of the future, dealing with climate change, as written by “Dors” in her comment on an Australian online newspaper article about global warming.
While pondering further the possibility of a hybrid carbon trading/tax model, the idea came for a cap-and-trade system of carbon trading that included permits that must be bought.