by Nancy Myers
I am in grief over Japan. My personal feelings don’t matter but there is a pool of universal grief that disasters open up and we all find ourselves tapping into it, in one way or another. Port-au-Prince, Christchurch, Sendai. The Gulf of Mexico. The dying baby dolphins. And now, with Fukushima Daiichi (it [...]
By Carolyn Raffensperger
A quiet, ordinary canary, an older female named Vida had sent many of her brood into the mines. She had had enough. “What”, she thought,” can I do to stop sending our children into the mines to warn the miners of death? The mines themselves are death. This is [...]
By Peter Montague
Watch Clean Coal and the PurGen Project to learn about the hare-brained scheme in Linden, NJ to make coal “clean.”
During the past 10 years, a worldwide scientific consensus has developed that global warming is real and mainly caused by humans burning fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas).
The obvious solution is to wean ourselves [...]