Category Archives: Environmentalism

16 Inventions Getting Us Off Fossil Fuels

Much of the world’s energy is sourced from fossil fuels. However, there are several individuals and companies who have developed inventions to help get the world off of non-renewable energy. Watch the video above to see these inventions in action. … Continue reading

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France Plans to Eliminate All Single-Use Plastics by 2040

By Emma Taggart on January 22, 2020   If you’re eco-conscious, you’re probably avoiding buying single use plastics. However, plastic items such as straws, drinking bottles, and food wrappers can sometimes be unavoidable in places such as restaurants and supermarkets. … Continue reading

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Disaster Capitalism Won’t Save Us

Can we buy our way out of a warming planet? Probably not, but advertisers will still try to sell Californians respirator masks as they flee historic wildfires. In this episode of The Idea File, Atlantic staff writer Alexis Madrigal explains … Continue reading

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If we want to contain the fires of the future, we should look to the past – The Big Smoke

For thousands of years, the indigenous method of fire management ruled. But white settlement almost extinguished the practice, it is back with a new intensity.   I don’t know about you, but I am so, so tired. Not of the … Continue reading

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Lost and never found: Dispatches from the dispossessed — Under a Banyan tree

“My world, my Earth is a ruin. A planet spoiled by the human species. We multiplied and fought and gobbled until there was nothing left, and then we died. We controlled neither appetite nor violence; we did not adapt. We … Continue reading

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Brazil’s President Bolsonaro Calls Activist Greta Thunberg A ‘Brat’ — Latest Entertainment News | Top Celebrity News, Hollywood Headlines

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday called young Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg a “brat” after she expressed concern about the slayings of indigenous Brazilians in the Amazon. Bolsonaro questioned the coverage news media have given Thunberg, 16, who on … Continue reading

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Woman Saves A Scorched And Screaming Koala With The Shirt Off Her Own Back

The Red List of Threatened Species had already classified the koala as vulnerable, but the species is being threatened even more by devastating bushfires that have already burned more than 2.5 million acres of Australia’s east coast. But one recent act … Continue reading

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the Mermaid & the Gardener

Check out coralgardeners.org/ to adopt a coral. ——- featuring Chelsea Yamase & Titouan Bernicot song “The Planets Op 32 II Venus the Bringer of Peace” a film by Ben Ono ——– onocreative.co instagram.com/chelseakauai instagram.com/toutiess instagram.com/silkymerman

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Why the Weird are Destined to Change the World | George Monbiot Extinction Rebellion speech

“It’s no coincidence that the person who’s done more than anyone to change the entire global conversation on climate breakdown has Aspergers”

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The New Alchemists: could the past hold the key to sustainable living?

It’s 50 years since the New Alchemy Institute created its ‘living machine’ – a research project of organic farming, renewable energy and sustainable architecture. Did these eco pioneers design a blueprint for our future? n 1982, Richard Buckminster Fuller visited the New Alchemy … Continue reading

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