Monthly Archives: July 2011

Visual Anthropology

As more of our land and culture is threatened the preservation of all that makes us human is becoming increasing important, Benoit SEGUR is a brilliant cinematographer who captures wonderful moments for posterity. http://visant.etnos.ru/fest/mfiva_4/catalogue_e.php I’ve just watched Morin Khuur: The … Continue reading

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Bill Maher on why Climate Change cannot be voted for

 

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Jan Cameron of Katmandu installs conservationist as woodchip mill manager in Tasmania

JanCameron is an amazing woman appoints conservationist to run woodchip mill in Tasmania tinyurl.com/6bamy4j             tinyurl.com/27ru3em One of Australia’s wealthiest individuals gives away much of her fortune each year. She is  best known as the founder of retail chain Kathmandu, which … Continue reading

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Debunking Monckton

Monckton interviewed by Adam Spencer Christopher Monckton was so annoying when interviewed by Adam Spencer that Spencer hung up on him before finishing the interview later on. The Australian was so impressed by Monckton’s performance that they posted a partial … Continue reading

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Forests are the key to reducing carbon emissions’

LONG understood to be the lungs of the earth, the world’s great forests are much more important in the carbon cycle than was previously believed, soaking up one-third of all fossil fuel emissions, according to new research. Standing forests remove … Continue reading

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The Future of Solar Panels

Highly efficient solar panels; the most powerful transistors ever; the ability to make a fighter jet invisible. Each of these breakthroughs has been announced in the last two weeks. Each relies on a “wonder substance” called graphene. It’s made from … Continue reading

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Great arguments for the Australian Carbon Price

Great arguments for the Australian Carbon Price. Germany strongest economy, toughest climate laws. Coincidence? http://bit.ly/nNTl8W “The Abbott fear rhetoric already sounds hollow” http://bobcarrblog.wordpress.com/2011/07/13/carbon-pricing-first-reaction/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

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