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Not thirteen places, but thirteen different lenses through which to see nature in LA. A series of short essays painting nature as everything from non-existent, to evil, to ubiquitous, to necessary, to quietly plotting its revenge from the sidelines... Not your average nature story.
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Vancouver, BC seems to understand the magnitude of our unsustainability, and have the guts to do something about it. They've already met their Kyoto obligations, and have the right goal for emissions: zero, and solid waste: zero, they want more than 50% of all trips to be by bike, foot, or transit by 2020, all new buildings to be carbon neutral, mostly use passive energy systems... etc, etc. It's almost as if the city government believes what the physicists have been telling them, and have decided not to argue with the sun and the sky.
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A list of sources (generally) that Stewart Brand likes, especially with regard to his new book, "Whole Earth Discipline". Don't have time to sift through it right now and add new RSS feeds... mine are sadly neglected at this point. But after I defend, good fodder. Technology, environmentalism, urban humanity, etc.
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An apocalyptic rant. Not that I don't think we're facing something of apocalyptic proportions, but while technology has gotten us into this situation and is not going to get us out of it all by itself, I have very little sympathy for the dark green primitivism. We're only going to go to that place by force, kicking and screaming all the way, not by choice. There are other options which are maybe just as different from the way we live today as that backward looking path, but also very different from anywhere we've ever been as a civilization.