Monthly Archives: November 2008

Growing food, growing communities

Climate change will require us to find strength in our local scene, re-discovering the pleasures of social interaction and food production. Continue reading

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Sun’s cooling influence not a reason to relax

It is just possible that the current solar minimum will provide us with short-term relief from global warming. It will be our task to make sure this does not distract us from the long-term task at hand. Continue reading

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A very human tragedy

The Walk Against Warming campaign is about everything we know — about an unprecedented threat to our civilised way of life. It is our mission to find the courage and resolution to change the way we live. Continue reading

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