Links for 11/8/19

Forged in Fire: California’s Lessons for a Green New Deal


 

Costa Mesa’s Troy Elmore, half a dozen leedle lefts at Blackies


 

The Land of the Basques Orson Welles Full documentary with Basque subs


 

Bob Ross


 

Take a Sneak Peek Inside Max’s South Seas Hideaway


 

Thanks, Lalo


 

Media Stability Ratings


 

Scientists’ Advice to People Living in Coastal Areas? Move.


 

Japan To Dump Radioactive Water From Fukushima Reactor Into Pacific Ocean


 

Benidorm the Learning Years

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Can We Survive Extreme Heat?


 

The Bells Beach Surf Film Festival announce their first short film contest

Links for 10/12/19

Coca-Cola Is Making A Bottle Out Of Ocean Trash and We’re Supposed To Act Like it’s OK


 

How extreme sea level events are going to increase in Australia


 

“The Tragedy of the Commons”: how ecofascism was smuggled into mainstream thought


 

The World’s Oceans Are in Danger, Major Climate Change Report Warns


 

The Walks on Water


 

Cocktail of the week: Southside Scran’s pearfect


 

Scientists set out how to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030


 

California Mexican-Spanish Cookbook


 

“Camel Finds Water” on Vimeo


 

Surfing in Ballinskelligs Bay, Kerry 1967


 

Killing the Ocean


 

Everything New is Old, The History of Psuedoarchaeolgy and Archaeology.


 

Europe is burning just as new research offers a chilling truth about the volatility of climate change


 

Climate change: 12 years to save the planet? Make that 18 months


 

The California coast is disappearing under the rising sea. Our choices are grim

Links for 9/22/19

America’s Great Climate Exodus is Starting in the Florida Keys


 

How the Surfers of Ireland’s Favourite Surf Town Are Championing Sustainability


 

This is what climate change looks like in Australia – in pictures


 

Charleston musicians are challenging Spotify’s business model at rallies across the country


 

Ten Unsung Italian Library Music Composers


 

How the Women of Standing Rock Are Building Sovereign Economies


 

Polynesian seafarers ‘discovered’ America long before Europeans, says DNA study


 

The Koch brothers tried to build a plutocracy in the name of freedom


 

Kustomrama


 

Ocean Film Festival


 

João Gilberto, a pioneer of bossa nova, has died at 88

Links for 9/14/19

In 1868 a Scottish castaway had to make a new life among the people of the Solomon Islands


 

Volkswagen is electrifying classic VW Beetles


 

Time Capsule: The cranking Haleiwa section from High On a Cool Wave


 

The Archivist: You Crazy Diamonds


 

Weather-related events are estimated to displace 143 million people by 2050 – but rising seas are already threatening tiny tropical nations. Can anything be done to help them?


 

Submissions are still open, and here’s the latest news from NSFF


 

Amazon fires: Bolsonaro actively trying to devastate rainforest, leaked documents show


 

The Climate Trail is a Free multi-platform game about climate refugees fleeing ever worsening conditions after inaction on climate has rendered much of the USA (and the world) uninhabitable. The game combines the adventure and play of the journey north with visual novel elements where characters reveal how and why this climate apocalypse unfolded.


 

The best street performance, ever! No competition…

Links 9/12/19

Plan to Release Radioactive Fukushima Wastewater Into Pacific Ocean Panned by Critics


 

Salvemos Punta Conejo


 

U.S. Nuclear Power Plants Weren’t Built for Climate Change


 

Happy Birthday, Los Angeles! But is the Story of the City’s Founding a Myth?


 

Apologies for bringing scary news, but here’s the latest on Greenland’s melting ice


 

San Onofre and Malibu in 1950 surfing time


 

Rebellion and rock ‘n’ roll: The Sunset Strip in the ’60s


 

The Amazon Cannot Be Recovered Once It’s Gone


 

The Archivist: You Crazy Diamonds


 

Ocean Initiatives, a Success in Spite of Us