Posts Tagged ‘gulf of mexico’

Oil prices: what we pay for (technology, subsidies, industry profits), what we don’t (the ruin of the planet)

Posted March 6th, 2012 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Oil prices: what we pay for (technology, subsidies, industry profits), what we don’t (the ruin of the planet)

Fostering Ecological Hope Reflections on Culture and Meaning A rather disturbing conjunction of headline and photo with this NY Times story: deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, after a brief respite because of the worst oil platform disaster ever, is back in high gear. But that’s a small portion of the story. The larger […]

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Just how bad is our denial? A reflection on the human species

Posted December 6th, 2011 in Blog, Featured 2 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Dealing with reality is an essential survival skill. Divorce yourself too much from it, you have a problem. Any species needs to be super-aware of its habitat, the state its in, what’s happening to it – is it healthy, threatened, stable, unstable? Am I in danger? Reality: The […]

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Again, the Gulf

Posted June 22nd, 2010 in Blog, Featured 3 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: It’s hard to write about anything else these days, though there is so much to be writing about, thinking about, to lose sleep over.  But that camera on the gusher (see live feed on our home page), the thought of all the suffering creatures dying horrible agonizing deaths, […]

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