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A history of that disaster —
the residential lawn The Dutch Prime Minister’s
apology for slavery is 150 years late but surprisingly interesting and useful In 1969, the oil industry commissioned a report on the dangers of green-house-gas emissions. I
t warned of the dangers we are seeing today. They knew of the dangers, but they did nothing — because profits. #reparations
This article on using fish to clean sewage from the very interesting — and insightful — Low-Tech Magazine is full of amazing examples of how we worked with, rather than against, nature.
How to dress for cold weather (hint: loose layers)
The circular economy is a sham that (accidentally?) supports unsustainable growth and consumption. Surprise! (Not!)
Artificial sweeteners are (probably) worse for you than basic sugar. If we want a sustainable energy system, then
we should focus on matching demand to supply (running machines when energy is available), not the supply to demand (e.g., battery storage) We stayed next to “Masi,” a township of poor South Africans (mostly “Black” — a loaded term from the Apartheid era) that that has far outgrown its planned population. Right next door? A gated community of rich, mostly White, people w
ho complain about their neighbors encroachment on a wetland. Related: Watch
why South Africa is still so segregated (economic redlining has replaced political redlining). My thought is that SA is at least 30 years — and probably 100 years — behind the US in reducing its problems of opportunity, safety and dignity.