Arbor Skateboards :: Mtn. Pursuits – Blue Ridge Mountains – Josh Neuman
Takers. Of the free resources. Such as clean air. Takers of money, too. Same guys. Duh.
California towns are winning David. v. Goliath battles with oil companies.
Watch skateboard stunts on rooftops of New York
In President Trump’s America, Quentin Tarantino might not have been.
Now we’ll know what the government thought about climate change when it still believed in it.
Grasberg mine in the Indonesian region has been a source of untold wealth for its owners, but local communities say it has brought poverty and oppression
Video: Maybe Tomorrow
Researchers used bone collagen (protein) sequences to determine the species of 20 previously unidentifiable bone fragments
Had to be done (actually surprised it hasn’t already): Writing about the latest US elections like US media writes about African countries. **Country Crisis Watch** [insert CNN “breaking…
Will Clay heads out to some less crowded spots in search of empty waves. YOWsurf.com
Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of tailings from the Grasberg mine end up in the Indonesian province’s Aikwa delta system every day, which the Kamoro tribe say is destroying the landscape on which they rely for food and trade
This is the original yellowish-white and blue fiberglass surfboard that is pictured on the classic Beach Boys album covers for “Surfin’ Safari” (1962) and “Surfer Girl” (1963), as well as in other phot
Reflections On Midget:
Four-tuskers, hoe-tuskers, shovel-tuskers, all wiped out by climate change or human – now only a fragment of this family remains
West Papua is fighting for independence from Indonesia — but will it win regional solidarity for its efforts?
Source: Good-bye, Indonesia
Hokule‘a Arrives in Historic Yorktown, Virginia Aloha Charleston! Hokule‘a arrives in South Carolina to participate in the Charleston Outdoor Festival. Honoring Hawai‘i’s Astronauts Inspired by the common values of exploration and protection of our planet, Hokule‘a and Worldwide Voyage crewm…
Source: Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage
A U.N. panel said that governments should work towards studying the worst-case global warming scenarios.
The mass killings in 1965 live on in global emissions from forced forest fires – and through human rights abuses in the palm oil fields
Landmark case may force minister to consider coal’s impact on reef and block new fossil fuel projects
Your Water Heater Can Become a High-power Home Battery
No need to rely on the Tesla Powerwall
Source: Popular Science
In 1952, French physician Alain Bombard set out to cross the Atlantic on an inflatable raft to prove his theory that a shipwreck victim can stay alive on a diet of seawater, fish, and plankton. In …
‘Songs of Consolation,’ performed at Pembroke College Chapel in Cambridge last month, was the first airing in a 1000 years of a medieval tune the way it would have been. …reconstr…
Migrant workers dumped on islands after being abandoned by boat captains when Indonesia banned foreign fishing
We are living in the Anthropocene age, in which human influence on the planet is so profound – and terrifying – it will leave its legacy for millennia. Politicians and scientists have had their say, but how are writers and artists responding to this crisis?
Despite regular coastal cleanups around the world, the problem of ocean garbage continues. Now, two Australians say they’ve found the solution
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