Posts Tagged ‘population growth’

Drilling our way towards the inevitable

Posted November 9th, 2006 in Blog Comments Off on Drilling our way towards the inevitable

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Sometimes I step back and try to view the human species from the perspective of millions of year’s of evolution, millions of years of life forms coming into and out of existence, significant breakthroughs toward greater complexity, huge setbacks, then one time — consciousness, and that, too, emerging, […]

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Something to do this weekend

Posted October 28th, 2006 in Blog Comments Off on Something to do this weekend

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Okay, after today’s earlier post, here is something fun to do this weekend — take your ecological footprint quiz.  You can do this by clicking here.  It is brought to you by the Earth Day Network.  I found it by way of the Global Footprint Network, which also […]

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Think, just think, about how we are living

Posted October 28th, 2006 in Blog Comments Off on Think, just think, about how we are living

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Think, yes, stop and think.  Think about what is going on in this natural world right now, starting right here in the US.  We already live in an altered world and there is no going back now to the old normal.  We are going to have to get […]

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Gaia Theory conference — a bit of sharing

Posted October 16th, 2006 in Blog 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: It was a privilege this past weekend to participate in a conference at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia, entitled: Gaia Theory, Model and Metaphor for the 21st Century.  It was organized by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority and sponsored by a long list of organizations. This […]

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