Friday, October 12, 2007

Greenpeace response to the Nuclear Consultation


Eating Consciously said...

It's nice to know others share the same perspectives towards saving our planet. I know over here in the states it seems we have a power plant at least every 100 miles, at least in the Northeast, where I am located. I watched the video and enjoyed the information, thanks a lot and keep up the good work!WWW.EATINGCONSCIOUSLY.COM

Victoria said...

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boreal said...

Hi L.E.
In our timeframe, both solar and geothermal energy is infinite.
There's plenty about a meter below our feet and a surfeit of solar every day.
Unlike all other living things, we just don't look in the right places.
Moreover, when we stumble upon it, at home, we combat free energy with all the expensive, dirty, fossils we can grub up.

You might enjoy a paddle at 'boreal moonlight'


Annie ~ اني said...

Great blog--inspirational.

strunny said...

i'm just beginning to educate myself on all things environmental and in looking at the available books out there, your's is great! i'm just beginning it.
thanks for following your heart and really making this your life's focus.

strunny said...

nevermind, i don't think you wrote the book i'm reading! but it's what drew me to your blog, which i'm very grateful for! :)

sarah said...

Hi there,

We've just launched a new, not for profit environmental community site I thought you and your audiences might be interested - called Green Thing.

The idea is to unite people against climate change by making it easy and enjoyable to be a bit greener, with the help of London’s creative industries. Every month you get a different Green Thing to do – October’s is ‘walk once’ – and all you have to do is do it.
These monthly Green Things are suggested with great content from a growing community of brilliant writers, musicians, designers, directors and artists; and some of London’s best agencies.

This October, author Tracey Chevalier and poet John Hegley have written walking stories and poems for a Green Thing walkcast. From the music world, U2 producer Howie B helped Paul Gathercole from Universal Records put together a walking-paced track for another Green Thing podcast; and graphic design maestro Pete Fowler created the first Green Thing creature.

The aim of Green Thing is to create people-powered sustainability – to help as many people as possible in as many countries as possible to do the green thing; then to use this people power to get governments and business to take fast actions to reduce carbon emissions and do the green thing too – thereby helping prevent climate change.

Green Thing was started by Naresh Ramchandani and Andy Hobsbawm, two people with backgrounds in off and online communications who wanted to help make an environmental difference.

Check it out at - and if you like it sign up and pass it on!