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.
There is an idea floating around that we should walk around climate change, not change our course away from it.
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.
Freedom of Religion is an important principle, because it is still hard to achieve in some places where religion is a considered part of the social fabric.
There’s been a few feathers ruffled in the last few days about the research of Richard Lynn that links IQ to atheism.
Warning: this post portrays naked reality There was no shaking or painful spasm as this image was taken – moments after she was shot by the bolt gun.
Don’t eat meat, do ride a bike, and be a frugal shopper – that’s how you can help put the brakes global warming, the head of the United Nation’s Nobel Prize-winning scientific panel on climate change said.
I am particularly impressed with the vow to not engage in modern scientific (cruel and environmentally devastating) agriculture.
Literature reviewed also identified a large range of outcomes from intergenerational practice for young people, old people and the broader community.
Here’s something to think about this Christmas, when many of your children will be begging you for the latest computer game titles such as World in Conflict or Crysis.
In response to the good news from this page: http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/7B0C22FF-0A5C-46EF-9910-3F8B0CC4FDA9.htm To the Office of the Prime Minister of Israel: Dear Mr.