The Environment

The earth is not dying - it is being killed. And the people who are killing it have names and addresses

(U Utah Phillips).

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Latest Activity: May 18, 2015


No culture ever honoured the environment but disgraced its people and conversely, no government can say it cares for its citizens while allowing the environment to be trashed. Dr Paul Farmer


What is abundantly clear is that all life-from bacterium to elephants-share common characteristics at the level of molecules. There is common thread that runs thought the whole of biological existence…That vital spark from inanimate matter to animate life happened once and once only, and all living existence depends on that moment. We are all the one tribe with bacteria that live in hot springs, parasitic barnacles, vampire bats and cauliflowers.  We all share a common ancestor. Richard Fortey – Life: A Natural History of the First Four Billion Years of Life on Earth.


thoughtsonevironment.doc Thoughts about the environmental movement that hopefully will provoke some discusion.

goodnews.doc An email recieved by Dave Andrews regrading the possibility of the government reneging on their environmental policies and promises.

An interesting article from the Economist regarding us and the environment

I thought it would be a good idea to create a discussion on how we can prevent waste by re-use of items we don't need. There is obviously environmental benefits and also benefits for local residents. See these websites (here you can barter services as well)

I'd be interested if anyone knows of others - Dave Andrews.

German government says no nuclear power

It's a Beautiful World video

Environmental Activism Needs its own Revolution

A view from the Carbon Trust

How safety nets can save 7 million tons of fish per year

Good news from Chile - a win for the movement

The Real Green Deal

Air quality: the UK's invisible health crisis

Corporations spending billions to exert 'undue influence' to prevent global climate action:


Discussion Forum

Wildlife populations decline by over 50% since 1970 – WWF

The world’s wildlife populations, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish, have dropped by more than half in the last 40 years, the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) said in its latest report.“Put another way, in less than two human…Continue

Started by joe taylor Oct 1, 2014.

WMO Statement on the Status of the Global climate in 2013

The World Meteorological Organisation produces an annual statement of the weather, listing global and regional trends and highlighting the most significant extreme…Continue

Started by joe taylor Mar 31, 2014.


Hi AllI'm sure most of us concerned about the environment are familiar with the permaculture ethic?There's an excellent, short e-book all about permaculture attached to the bottom of this post.Feel free to download it to read at your own convenience…Continue

Started by joe taylor Dec 18, 2013.

The green revolution is on its way

Here's an interesting blog post about the growing discontent at the way governments are dealing with environmental issues with links to articles that…Continue

Started by joe taylor Nov 23, 2013.


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