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Tag Archives: sustainability
All truth passes through three states: First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. And third, it is accepted as self-evident. So said Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher (1788-1860) — or perhaps that was someone else. First they ignore you, … Continue reading
With thanks to Climate Denial Crock of the Week for the introduction to Melodysheep.
The beginning of the end of inaction? We can but hope… and act.
Gail at Wit’s End pointed me in the direction of the following documentary (thanks, Gail). I highly recommend watching it. It’s in five parts, totalling just over an hour. The human project over the course of this coming century is … Continue reading
Economists have much to learn. The sooner they do so, the better for all of us. [edit 6Jan2012] I’m not convinced that WordPress doesn’t have some bugs in its TED embedding code. So: belt+braces link to the horse’s mouth… Pavan … Continue reading
Annie Leonard waves her hands around far too much for my liking. But what I do like in her latest presentation is that she’s not just mirroring my own chief grievance (ie: our society is seriously broken and needs fixing) … Continue reading