Tag Archives: environmentalism

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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Endangered forests

There are a lot of them; it’s probably not unreasonable to call most, if not all, forests on the planet endangered, because climate change. However, it seems that old growth forests are the most endangered, since so many of them … Continue reading

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More on groundwater connections

Earlier this summer, I found some great information about how surface waters (streams, lakes, etc.) and groundwater (aquifers, etc.) affect one another; I summarized some of that here. Something I don’t recall was mentioned in my source for that was … Continue reading

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Not a pretty picture

Image above, and text quoted below, from this article on Grist: “Fossil fuel companies have been lying about climate change for more than 30 years” As early as 1977, the report’s authors note, “representatives of fossil fuel companies including BP, … Continue reading

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Why are you here?

Originally posted on GODS & RADICALS:
Farewell now my sister Up ahead there lies your road And your conscience walks beside you It’s the best friend you will ever know And the past is now your future It bears witness…

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Labor and the environment

I haven’t really been a part of the “environmental movement” in any meaningful sense (no activism, plus I took a long break from reading anything on the topic), so when I read things about people who have been, who are … Continue reading

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Wolves grow forests; elephants engineer savannas

The Scottish island of Rùm, from which wolves have been absent for 250 to 500 years, provides a view of the likely final outcome of predator loss and elevated herbivory in many temperate forests. Rùm has transitioned over this same … Continue reading

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