Links for 11/26/15

Indigenous groups survive in isolation in Peru, including the Mascho Piro, who in recent months have begun reaching out. But some worry about the consequences: ‘If they live with us, they risk losing everything they ever knew’

Source: Why has this Amazonian tribe suddenly started to make contact with outsiders?


 

Experts highlight threat to lesser-known apes and mokeys from large-scale habitat destruction and illegal wildlife trade

Source: More than half of the world’s primates on endangered species list


 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPWR6AyuZ2U

 

Climate Central has created an interactive, zip-searchable map of the U.S. to show the local consequences of high vs. low carbon emissions.

Source: Mapping Choices: Which sea level will we lock in?

Links for 6/30/14

The Chairman of the Largest Private Company in America Just Told the 1 Percent to

Worry About Climate Change

What our descendants will deplore about us

Will Europe Follow in President Obama’s Footsteps to Create Marine Protected Areas?

How ‘friluftsliv’ can help you reconnect with nature

World Wide Waves

El Gas De La Muerte (Gasland)

To address climate change, nothing substitutes for reducing CO2 emissions

Bobby Womack

Human skull lyre

A Map of the Dirties (and Cleanest) Beaches in the U.S.

Lost Then Found: Sierra Leone’s Return to Surf Perfection

Help the Oceans Catch a Break

Film Project Draws Attention To Peru’s Oil Barons

What really annoys scientists about the state of the climate change debate?

Sochi: The Russian California

Links for 5/15/14

Tropical cyclones and hurricanes shifting toward the poles

Kevin & Jody Show : It’s hot out there today. How thirsty are you? …

What Does U.S. Look Like With 10 Feet of Sea Level Rise?

Vinod Khosla embroiled in civil case…

Language map : What’s the most popular language in your state?

Yuta Sezutsu – InnerViews

klimaretter.info

Roaming Sounds: A Mobile, Solar Powered Recording Studio

Do you think frackers should disclose the chemicals they use? EPA wants to know

Links for 12/19/13

We know who’s profiting from emissions – let’s bill them

Iceland’s vanishing ice

We’re Looking at the End of Humanity — And It Might Happen Sooner Than You Think

Documenting the Swift Change – Wrought by Global Warming: e360 Gallery

FDA Finally Admits Chicken Meat Contains Cancer-Causing Arsenic

This year make a powerful New Years resolution – pledge to Stand Up For The Pacific Islands – 350

Pacific Longboarder News / Reviews / Events

Twice as Much Methane Escaping Arctic Seafloor

Palos Verde Cove in the 1930s

Surfbreak Protection Society Takes Kiwi Enviro Issues To Court

Peru Signs Historic Law To Protect Surf Breaks

Links for 10/1/13

Climate change and the point of no return

Ikea selling solar panels

Gray whale dies bringing us a message — with stomach full of plastic trash

Plastic Nest and Net Patrol on Kauai | Surfrider Foundation

Road trip begins for world’s largest film camera

Spy Into Mid-Century Balboa Highlands Tract Houses as They Become Transparent – Video Interlude – Curbed LA

Monsoons and flooding in India, Typhoon Usagi nails Philippines, Taiwan and China, plus Colorado updates – Faun Kime

Climate change: how hot will it get in my lifetime?

Tepco doesn’t measure radiation accumulated on the bottom of the sea | Fukushima Diary

Cooking Up The Planet: Climate Change Is Real and We Are The Cause

Yanks Deep In Peru For World Longboard Champs

Yma Sumac Music in London

Phil Polecat writes:

I’m playing an evening of Yma Sumac songs with Chilean opera diva Katherine Prado Johnson & Cuban guitar whizz Ahmed Dickinson + musicians from Peru & Ecuador on 30th April at the Bolivar Hall, 56 Grafton Way, London W1T 5DL.

The show starts at 7.30pm, try and get there by 7.
15- it promises to be a great night! Try and come down! £7 on the door

Phil Polecat