Tag Archives: Environment

Is mother nature trying to tell us something?

Tweet First there were the thousands of red wing blackbirds who died on New Year’s Eve in Beebe, Arkansas. Then there was 2 million dead fish in the Chesapeake Bay. And yesterday, Sweden reported that another alarmingly large number of dead birds were found in the city of Falkoping. As the risk of sounding like [...]
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Tuesday Morning Truth: New Video from Reflection Eternal “Ballad of the Black Gold”

Tweet Reflection Eternal “Ballad of the Black Gold” from Sam Ellison on Vimeo. If you need some Tuesday morning truth, I highly encourage you to check out this brand new video for the Reflection Eternal track “Ballad of the Black Gold”. The song is one of my favorites off their new album, and the video [...]
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Quick Hit: Reproductive Health impacts of the BP Oil Spill

TweetKimberley Inez McGuire blogs at RH Reality Check about the chemical pollutants that have been affecting the Gulf Region for years, and how the BP Oil Spill might just worsen the situation. For decades, industrial waste and contamination in the Gulf states have been recognized for their role in causing health problems ranging from cancer [...]
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BP oil spill as study in thwarted domination

TweetNaomi Klein has a powerful analysis of the BP oil spill over at the UK Guardian. In short, she argues that the disaster and its aftermath are more than an anomalous display of poor planning and corporate greed; the Deepwater Horizon disaster is the latest and most profound in a long line of moments when [...]
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USSF 2010: Modeling the World as It Should Be

TweetThis year’s US Social Forum is the business! It is only the second day, yet it has already been an exhilarating experience to be in an activist space with 20,000 progressives committed to the movement for social justice. Most of all, it is great to be in an environment that serves as a model for [...]
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