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InClimate 6; Methane

The three green house gases are Methane, Carbon Dioxide and Nitrous Oxide. Cattle and especially the large herds needed to satisfy the protein rich diet of the first world are a major source of the green house gas methane. You…

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InClimate 5; Renewables

This summer U.S. wind turbine capacity hit 50 Gigawatts which equals that of 44 coal fired or 11 nuclear power plants. Recent studies have proven that renewable sources of energy equal more jobs per energy unit delivered than that of…

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InClimate 4; WAR!

WAR, the most wasteful Failure of Civilization, accelerates a changing climate. Ever wonder about tank, warplane etc. mpg? Shuttling troops around even in training, dropping bombs, firing rounds, testing nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and practicing for WAR. Work for…

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InClimate 3; Mass Migration

Be prepared. Rising sea levels = mass migration. The island nation of Kiribati’s government announced plans to buy 6,000 acres and move its entire population of 100,000 to Fiji. Expect more movement as the climate changes and more environments become…

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InClimate 2; A Single Tree

Solo Tree, Ink on brown paper, Billy X. Curmano

 

A single tree alters the landscape. Trees filter water, provide habitat, shade, oxygen & absorb Carbon Dioxide to slow climate change. Plant trees. I have.

(I worked for the Minnesota Department…

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InClimate 1

InClimate is a project based in NYC about our planet's Changing Climate and perhaps what we can do about it. I will be placing my thoughts about it here and on Twitter over this next year or two. Maybe even…

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Soul Fire 4 the Gulf

    I recently returned from Soul Fire 4 the Gulf, a healing ceremony inspired by New Orleans Medicine Person and Musician Dr. John. For the uninformed, he’s a 60‘s music legend whose latest album, “Locked Down”, has been referred to as…

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Out of Silly

Unfortunately, I'm out of silly for the moment, but am hopeful for it's return.