Monthly Archives: November 2015

November 30th

The next big round of international talks on climate change start on Monday. November 30th is also the Remembrance Day for Lost Species. There’s a certain sort of poetry to these two things aligning. Advertisements

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Mother trees and the plant-fungi network

I found multiple articles this week talking about how plants (trees, in particular) are connected with one another through their connections with fungi (usually referred to as mycorrhizal networks, and also called the “wood-wide web,” because it facilitates communication as … Continue reading

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Recycling and material use

Recycling is great, except for all the times and ways in which materials can’t easily be recycled, or could be, but they escape containment, or otherwise don’t get put in the right places to wind up recycled. So what material … Continue reading

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A path chosen

Or maybe “chosen,” because I have lingering questions about that (which may never be answered to my satisfaction; such is life). Over a year ago, in late summer, Loki woke me up in the middle of the night and stated … Continue reading

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Fish and farming

This is a really neat article that briefly touches on several really broad concepts as well as a couple of specific applications: The Sushi Project: Farming Fish And Rice in California’s Fields The basic concept at work here is changing … Continue reading

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