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

Links for 3/5/19

The Climate Change Lawsuit That Could Stop the U.S. Government From Supporting Fossil Fuels


 

The Killing Times: the massacres of Aboriginal people Australia must confront


 

‘We are fighting’: Brazil’s indigenous groups unite to protect their land


 

The Global Assault on Indigenous Peoples


 

Greenland’s ice is melting four times faster than thought—what it means


 

Three-Ingredient Summer Cocktails


 

Easter Island looks for help to save statues from ‘leprosy’


 

Marvin Rand’s Gorgeous Photos of California Modern


 

Extreme CO2 levels could trigger clouds ‘tipping point’ and 8C of global warming

Links for 3/24/17

American Whoa: The American Pro Jazzmaster’s Peculiar Pickups | Mike & Mikes Guitar Bar


 

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American jazz guitarists,” Ray admits of only one rival—Parisian gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, whom Emmett worships, obviously patterns himself after, and can’t stand to see in person without fainting dead away.

Source: Django Reinhardt Demonstrates His Guitar Genius in Rare Footage From the 1930s, 40s & 50s | Open Culture


 

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High-Selectivity Electrochemical Conversion of CO2 to Ethanol using a Copper Nanoparticle/N-Doped Graphene Electrode – Song – 2016 – ChemistrySelect – Wiley Online Library

Links for 1/4/17

The use of valuable agricultural resources for the production of snacks and sodas means less fertile land and clean water is available to grow nutritious food for local communities.

Source: This Infographic Shows How Only 10 Companies Control All the World’s Brands


 

An obscure 30-year-old treaty has landed thousands of Micronesians in poverty and homelessness in Hawaii.

Source: America’s Real Migrant Crisis Is the One You’ve Never Heard Of | Mother Jones


 

Brazilian Ricardo Stuckert accidentally stumbled on to the tribe after his helicopter was diverted

Source: Photographer captures images of uncontacted Amazon tribe | World news | The Guardian


 

Solar power becoming world’s cheapest form of electricity production, analysts say


 

There’s more in common between indigenous and board culture than you might think.

Source: New Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibit fuses indigenous, skateboarding culture | Metro Winnipeg


 

Study shows down-the-drain disposal is not a major source of pharmaceutical pollution

Quelle: Drugs in the Water? Don’t Blame the Students | Lab Manager

Links for 10/1/16

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Source: Big Tech’s Latest Artist Relations Debacle: Mass Filings of NOIs to Avoid Paying Statutory Royalties (Part 2) | The Trichordist


 

“We will only know the true consequences of our time in the water 20 years from now.”

Source: Fukushima’s surfers riding on radioactive waves


 

The numbers on global warming are even scarier than we thought.

Source: Recalculating the Climate Math | New Republic


 

By some estimates, the entire population of Native Hawaiians was almost wiped out just a century ago. But now their numbers may be near what they were before their first contact with Europeans.

Source: It Took Two Centuries, But The Native Hawaiian Population May Be Bouncing Back : Code Switch : NPR


 

When archeologist Hiroyuki Miyagi heard that a bunch of ancient Roman and Ottoman coins had been unearthed from the ruins of an old castle in Okinawa, he initially thought it was a hoax.

Source: Ancient Roman coins found in an old Japanese castle – CNN.com


 

Kunststoffmüll verschmutzt die Meere. Tiere verwechseln ihn mit Nahrung und verhungern mit vollem Magen. Nun versucht eine deutsche Insel, ein Zeichen dagegen zu setzen.

Source: Föhr: Die erste plastikfreie Insel Deutschlands? – Gesellschaft – Süddeutsche.de


 

Video: Logging Braziil

Source: Pacific Longboarder News / Reviews / Events


 

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