35 years ago, today, there was a partial nuclear meltdown in Pennsylvania
One of the big visionary goals that I’d love to take on with the climate movement is for a coal free Pacific. That means stopping coal exports in the Pacific Northwest and Australia and then fighting against new coal plants in China and across the Pacific Rim.
I’m also hella excited for the movie.
On Friday June 28 Rising Tide Seattle activists and friends converged for a Climate Profiteers Bike Tour. About 18 folks, including one puppy and three members of the Salish Sea Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army, rode from City Hall Park south towards the port of Seattle. We took…
That’s me on the far right! Yes to Local Sustainability, No to Global Fossil Fuel Exports!
Just look at all this solar energy potential!
maps via National Renewable Energy Labratory
United States High Speed Rail System - Mapping the future that I want!
Butterflies in Fukushima show serious genetic and physiological damage from radiation.
A study published in Nature this week shows that more than a third of pale blue grass butterflies born in the generation after the nuclear disaster show abnormalities. Their genetic material is mutating.
Genetic material is the foundation of life and ecosystems. To be blunt, we simply should not use technology that can damage irrevocably that fundamental a component of our biological prosperity.
For more, the BBC has the best article on the study.