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no longer to praise

07 pole07 pole by london road (cc by)

A very interesting discussion of architecture, operational energy, design, density, carbon costs, and urban planning in this thread.

by taz


Sunflowers (1887) by Vincent Van Gogh. Original from the MET Museum. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel.Sunflowers (1887) by Vincent Van Gogh. Original from the MET Museum. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel. by Free Public Domain Illustrations by rawpixel (cc by)

I study carbon cycling and other biogeochemical cycles as part of my job ... truly awesome comment from cubeb in the soup on Sunflowers protest thread.

by taz

Hank Green Explains the Climate Bill

climate changeclimate change by stockcatalog (cc by)

"... in this video you're going to go from understanding more than like, 80 or 90% of people, to understanding this more than 99% of people. And it's only going to take you like 15 minutes."

by taz

Losing the Long Game

Cold Dawn, Warm WorldCold Dawn, Warm World by marktmcn (cc by)

For millennia, people of all different cultures have done things with unintended consequences that changed and sometimes ruined their environment, from over-hunting megafauna in the Americas to salination of ancient Sumerian irrigated fields to deforestation which led to disasters in 19th century northern China ... jb on the the climate crisis, with an historical view of human perception and the externalities leading to disastrous outcomes

by taz

2019 Climate Strike

MeFites around the world share what they are doing for the climate strike.

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