Click for full view. Warning: Cartoon gore! Courtesy: Marc Roberts Oh dear. If you think I misjudge it…. Oh dear oh dear oh dear. With the resources at their disposal I’d expect a lot better than this.
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Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Kiribati shows some leadership, as the tiger continues its journey into oblivion.
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts All sorts of military types prepare themselves for the new realities of peak oil and climate change. They don’t do this shit for nothin’.
With words taken from a Democracy Now Interview with John Perkins, a self-styled ‘Economic Hitman’, the studioJOHO crew have made a very cool animation to showcase the fantastic services we the wealthy offer two-thirds world countries. Watching this led me to check out other work from these video magicians – excellent stuff to watch and… Read more »
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Here’s a nice piece on AGW, markets and food-riots, by Raj Patel in the Guardian, and some further words on the biofuel connection. A fine series on urban food solutions at GRIST.
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts A human powered car.
Here’s a photo of a famous Permaculture person. Can you guess who it is? He was photographed with this shovel back in 1956 at the age of two. He is wearing a child restraint belt usually attached to a long cord as was customary in those days to prevent him from running away to play… Read more »
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts In a warming world pests migrate and flourish in previously inpenetrable habitats and latitudes. Of course there are obvious problems with Frank’s position here – like what happens when your subsistence gets washed away by some other unpredicted AGW shitstorm. As ever, Permaculture looks straight into the heart… Read more »
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Loaded dice and extra spots, courtesy of DotEarth.
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Whilst the Russians learn to live without buckwheat and displaced people are poised for land-struggles in Central Africa, boffins crack the wheat genome, which promises to keep us trying the same industrial scale thing for ever. And how will we fuel this ever expanding industrial agriculture sector? Hmm,… Read more »