Category Archives: Climate change

Currant Fairies

Rhobin Courtright wants to know about the inclusion of current affairs in our writing, and sorry, I just can’t help the title. Her examples are: Do you ever include politics in your stories (why and how?) Do you ever address … Continue reading

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Email to people with power over power

Many years ago, the “Australian Gas Light company” was a leader in modernity. You know, gas lights? When electricity came along, they were flexible and went with the change. AGL is now the biggest provider of power in Australia. However, … Continue reading

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Climate milk?

I do enjoy Treehugger, even apart from the name. They are such a nice bunch of people. You will have come across the info that the dairy industry is one of the major drivers of the climate catastrophe, but what … Continue reading

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Hawaii: Fossil Fuel Non-proliferation Treaty

I love it. As often before, Hawaii is a world leader. They are about to pass a law designed as a model to other states in the first instance, but for the whole planet: BAN FOSSIL FUELS. You can read … Continue reading

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The greatest weapon in the green warrior’s arsenal

Reblogged from my dear friend and fellow conspirator. It is brief and to the point. Very strange: the reblogging didn’t happen. Here is the link: https://pendantry.wordpress.com/2022/04/05/the-greatest-weapon-in-the-green-warriors-arsenal/

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A common prosperity for planet Earth

A guest post by Duncan Dean It is an undeniable fact that our human species is currently sailing along on a self-built ocean of deadly land, sea and atmospheric mega pollution. The course we have charted is a direct and … Continue reading

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She is one of my mob!

Everybody in Australia knows of Barnaby Joyce, the most retrogressive politician in government. His record of stupidity would fill a couple of pages, but… his electorate is rusted-on conservative. Carol Sparks is a retired nurse who has done wonderful things … Continue reading

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Chile: New president, positive direction

Please read this exciting article in Nature about the science-based new administration in Chile. The new president-elect is Gabriel Boric, who was a student activist. He has appointed prominent scientists to his ministry, and one of his first acts will … Continue reading

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Scientist rebellion!

This is a must-read. A group of scientists involved in preparing the next IPCC report have leaked it. The reason: going on past record, the eventual report will be watered down and distorted by the fossils who put profit above … Continue reading

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Sucking out the CO2: an inspiring story

We just have to put less in the way of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, but even if we completely stopped this minute, what we have already released will cook us. So, there is a desperate need to reduce the … Continue reading

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