Links for 4/14/24

Ausstellung Kunst der Südsee in Ulm

Rethinking Economic Systems Inside the Planetary and Social Boundaries | T. Parrique | ChangeNOW2024

MAD’s 1969 “Super Patriot” is MAGA before MAGA was MAGA

The Climate Costs of Big Tech

The climate is doomed if we continue to be fixated by economic growth

75 years of Kon-Tiki: ‘Thor Heyerdahl’s theory of Polynesian-indigenous American contact still relevant today’

The Doomsday Clock reveals how close we are to total annihilation

Why are people climate change deniers? Study reveals unexpected results

Electric Vehicles Use Half the Energy of Gas-Powered Vehicles

Companies are Sinking Plant Waste into the Ocean to Combat Climate Change

Links for2/9/24

System overthrow – The victory of nature over capitalism (video)

Wired Warriors: The Internet Indians Leading The Fight for Amazonia | Full Documentary

Too Much Heat, Past and Present

I Marc 4

US oil lobby launches eight-figure ad blitz amid record fossil fuel extraction (scientists don’t have the resources)

How The Surfaris’ Wipe Out became a dancefloor hit in remote communities across Australia’s outback

The evolution of the music of California’s pioneer surfers

Icelandic surfers fear port development will ruin ‘perfect point break’

Private equity profits from climate disaster clean-up – while investing in fossil fuels

Reparations for climate change? Some think oil companies should pay

The Unknown Giants of the Deep Oceans

Links for 10/22/23

Why September’s record-warm temperatures have scientists so worried

Amazon River falls to lowest in over a century amid Brazil drought

Palm Oil: The Ingredient Behind Human Rights Abuses and Eco-Destruction That’s Probably in Your Home Right Now

Behind The Lines North Vietnam And The United States

Meet the Indigenous Women Leading Conservation Efforts in the Great Barrier Reef

Am I nature or am I environment?

Fiji’s government may have changed, but the military is making it clear it will not go quietly

The Limits to Growth (video)

While the quantity of fossil fuels in the ground is underestimated at several points in the video, the composition of the atmospheric layers around us is not mentioned (much). This might lead some to dismiss the concept of limits. So a portion of people concerned with the environment didn’t think about the consequences of burning because it would all end in time anyway?