Links for 7/18/20

Last Run / Tsunami by Benny & The Mid-Knights


 

That time George Washington ordered “total destruction and devastation” of the Haudenosaunee


 

The Threatened Tribe


 

Oldest surviving photograph of Maori discovered in Australia


 

Deke Dickerson


 

Easy Listening Compilations


 

Rising Tides, Troubled Waters: The Future of Our Ocean


 

‘The trees are my grandparents’: the Ecuador tribe trying to save its culture


 

The US government just “disestablished” a Native American reservation


 

Too hot for humans? First Nations people fear becoming Australia’s first climate refugees

Links for 5/9/20

The First Wave in Bali: An Unexpected Tale of Infidelity, Adventure, and Entrepreneurism


 

Tales of love and loss: people from Oceania share their ‘extinction stories’


 

Carbon Pricing


 

Fluctus Splitters Trailer #1


 

The greatest electronic albums of the 1950s and 1960s


 

The Spillway, Victoria, Australia. The Ultimate Flex Machine (dir. Jason Cameron, 1975).


 

9’9 Chop OP at Lafitenia with Myles Doughman


 

Fifties Fun


 

www.brightonbeachsurfshop.com


 

“A Dance With Plants” – balmy Costa Rica


 

How The Surfaris Wrote Wipe Out


 

Time to ditch the harmful myth of the ‘noble’ hunter-gatherer


 

Kindheit auf St. Pauli Sechziger

Links for 5/2/20

Mysterious ghost boats full of corpses keep washing up in Japan


 

How Surfers Can Prevent Climate Chaos


 

The History of the Hawaiian Shirt


 

Bob Stanley recently sat down with drummer Brian Bennett


 

Rising Tides, Troubled Waters: The Future of Our Ocean


 

Climate Change Is Breaking Open America’s Nuclear Tomb


 

Scientists have gotten predictions of global warming right since the 1970s


 

December 2019 and a busy summer arvo at Sydney’s Freshwater – the cradle of Australian surfing


 

Borneo is burning


 

Oil is the New Data


 

From the point to the sand – Augusto Olinto


 

The Ghosts of Dogtown


 

Maria Tallchief: The Small-Town Native American Who Became America’s First Prima Ballerina


 

Acid Oceans are Stripping Sharks of Their Scales


 

Nature doesn’t do deals

Links for 2/14/20

Hop Podcast #14 Collecting Skateboards With Andrew Maunsell


 

Globalizing the War on Indigenous People: Bolsonaro and Modi


 

The Toxic Tide


 

www.surfboardhoard.com/category/longboards/


 

LA’s Vintage Diners, Then And Now


 

Trust our expertise or face catastrophe, Amazon peoples warn on environment


 

How to Fall Down the Anti-SJW Rabbit Hole


 

Vintage Skateboard 1960’s Collection Rare Grails Museum Quality


 

The best conservationists made our environment and can save it


 

Welcome to Hawaii’s ‘plastic beach’, one of the world’s dirtiest places


 

A Youth Without a Future? – Australian Teenage Life in 1949 – Flashbak


 

First human ancestors to leave Africa died out in Java, scientists say


 

This Small Group of Women Master Blenders Are Reviving the Rum Industry


 

Surfing – Devon (1968)


 

Spider Jazz


 

Crystal, October 2019 – Ben “Dicko” Dickens somewhere in Oz

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