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Arm-Chair Activist, Climate Change et Elections 2018!

By |2018-08-12T05:43:10+00:00August 11th, 2018|Climate Change, Elections|

Elections 2018 can be for arm-chair activist more than anyone else… Arm-Chair Activist? Hey! That’s me! What-the-Heck! Hey, Great! then let me explain… Be the vote that cuts the rope that has us tied and unable to progress in a sustainable way! Our children and their children to come are depending on us. Time is [...]

letter to world leaders…

By |2018-08-17T04:05:37+00:00August 10th, 2018|Climate Change, Governments|

Since I am in France visiting family I wanted to write a note about: Rolling Up Our Sleeves – A Note to all World Leaders: "Instead of trying to be responsible for all the problems in the world, we should take on what we love and care about.... This will help us develop great faith [...]

‘Our Children’s future at heart’

By |2018-08-10T06:22:02+00:00August 8th, 2018|Children, Elections|

In the United States we can be either so enamored with security or forever locked into the five stages of denialism, regarding the current climate crisis and other issues, that we forget about progress. This is plainly obvious judging from our last presidential election. With the mid-term elections just a skip and holler away, we [...]

archived home et about page…

By |2018-08-10T06:35:03+00:00July 10th, 2018|site update|

Just for my reminder and your fyi this a copy of my old home and about page... old About page text: “In the world we grew up in, our most ingrained economic and political habit was growth; it’s the reflex we’re going to have to temper, and it’s going to be tough.” - Bill McKibben [...]

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how do we think…

By |2018-07-08T10:10:54+00:00July 8th, 2018|Climate Change, Reality, Realization|

How do we think Evolution found a system of thinking for us that largely circumvents the need for logic. Our everyday thinking most often bypasses logic and depends to a large extent on referring back to what we know, on the way our knowledge is organized in memory, and how such knowledge is evoked. I [...]

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methane digesters…

By |2018-07-08T10:04:47+00:00July 7th, 2018|Climate Change, Ideas|

Energy | METHANE DIGESTERS RANKING AND RESULTS BY 2050 (LARGE) #30 8.4 GIGATONS REDUCED CO2 $201.4 BILLION NET COST $148.8 BILLION NET SAVINGS RANKING AND RESULTS BY 2050 (SMALL) #64 1.9 GIGATONS REDUCED CO2 $15.5 BILLION NET COST $13.9 BILLION NET SAVINGS      The same year Thomas Jefferson penned the U.S. Declaration of Independence, [...]

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two book reviews — Unprecedented Crime

By |2018-07-08T09:55:47+00:00July 6th, 2018|Book Excerpt, Climate Change|

“Criminal justice can contribute to addressing the climate crisis. A significant share of greenhouse gas emissions is associated with conduct amounting to violations of existing criminal law. Targeting climate change by enforcing criminal law can be extremely efficient. It can be done on the basis of existing laws, through existing institutions and with minimal additional [...]

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cursory interest in the whole…

By |2018-07-08T09:40:24+00:00July 5th, 2018|Climate Change, Society|

...We are now living in an environment that is ever more rapidly going out of balance, but we have no natural mechanism that adequately alarms us to this and the dangers it entails. Individuals pursuing short-term goals, often involving money or power, have an easier time achieving them that people with long-term goals. This puts [...]

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