…when schools get all the money they need and the air force has to hold a cake stall to buy a bomber!
Thanks, Avaaz, for making an effort. Your work is so important!
Got a glimpse of another of our furry neighbors today. He didn’t give me much time, but I managed to get a picture which is just good enough to make it clear that it was neither a cat nor a dog, but a rather good-looking fox. I hope to see you again soon, my friend!
Quote from Avaaz: “Details are leaking of a top-secret, global corporate power grab of breathtaking scope — attacking everything from a free Internet to health and environmental regulations. It’s up to us to stop it.” Click here – sign the petition!
I shot this beauty with my Canon (Powershot SX20is) from my living-room window this morning.
This is a very good article about the warnings from scientists concerned with the climate change, and the surprising lack of reaction among religious leaders and the press. I think that the reason for the silence must be that the leaders/news editors either haven’t understood how serious the problem is, or they are just lacking the courage to deal with it. The whole thing is just so big, and the idea that we have to change our way of living to deal with it, is so frightening that most people prefer to pretend that there is no problem there. And for the same sad reasons a few skeptics get a lot more attention in the media than they deserve.
Join the Avaaz movement – we are now more than 15 million members worldwide!
I enjoyed this list from the Post Growth Institute:
I’ve decided to use the list in such a way that I will find out more about the people who are mentioned there, as I am sure I can learn a lot from them and also be inspired by their thoughts.
(The Post Growth Institute is an international group exploring and inspiring paths to global prosperity that don’t rely on economic growth.)
The Story of Change is released!
Can shopping save the world? The Story of Change urges viewers to put down their credit cards and start exercising their citizen muscles to build a more sustainable, just and fulfilling world.
Annie Leonard has a very important message, and she tells it in such a beautiful, simple way. This is so true! Watch the movie here.