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Sweet. Still, wondering when funders are going to start connecting the dots on climate and climate justice. Shutting down oil drilling (and fracking operations) are only one piece of the puzzle here. Drawdown is equally critical. And supporting youth and communities to organize around actions to achieve climate justice will help support progress in other areas of traditional interest (public health, jobs, migration, etc.). Look at the growing interest in a Green New Deal. Listen to youth. Respect the power of nature and what the scientists are trying to communicate about the urgency of the issue. Donors need to start paying attention. We don't have time to waste.
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Love it! That's the church I attended up to the age of 9.
Toggle Commented Jul 15, 2009 on What a relief at Nathalie Seaver-Taste and Style
O, frabjous day!!
Toggle Commented Jan 28, 2009 on Personal: Good News at Dove's Eye View
Still, calling the governor's office (916-445-2841) and urging him to sign SB840 seemed like a justifiable use of time. I was only on hold for about 3 minutes.
Toggle Commented Sep 4, 2008 on Randy Bayne on Single Payer at Dove's Eye View
Spectacular news!! Made my week. And a beautiful post, too. What a great happiness loop you created out there on DK. Shine on.
Toggle Commented Aug 16, 2008 on Living: Me and Elizabeth Edwards at Dove's Eye View
No Jozilee, the sewer system has its own separate infrastructure. The LA River is an actual river (and the main reason the pueblo was founded here) and was the city's primary water source until Mulholland's aqueduct started sucking Owens Valley dry and the Corps of Engineers turned a beautiful resource into a means to throw every drop of rainwater AWAY rather than maintain it here for drinking supply. A move that's starting to look pretty retarded as climate change and drought set in and the courts have begun restricting our ability to import water from NorCal and Colo.
Haven't read the Butler, but I will now - thanks! Here's a few others off the top of my head for your collapse series: Jean Hegland's Into the Forest, Margaret Atwood's Oryx & Crake, and Russell Hoban's Riddley Walker. Glad to hear from you again. Your last photo glows with a radiant peace. Sending you light, love & courage daily.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2007 on Collapse: The Fiction Series at Dove's Eye View
Did you happen to catch this piece in the LA TImes?
Toggle Commented Jun 5, 2007 on Lebanon Emergency 2007 - Links at Dove's Eye View