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AUGUST 3, 2012 [George Monbiot, Process] George Monbiot and the enviro-neocons
I’m getting a bit worried about George Monbiot. But I’ve noticed a distinct change in tone and I fear he might be doing a bit of “a Bellamy ” (ironically enough for those who don’t understand that last one, check out Monbiot’s own post on the downward spiral of Bellamy ). There’s enough to fry us all ”. The enviro neocons.
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FEBRUARY 18, 2010 [George Monbiot, Process] Requiem for a crowded planet
When the climate talks in Copenhagen ended in failure just last December, Yvo de Boer, the man in charge of the process, urged us not to worry: everything will be sorted out “in Mexico one year from now.”(1) Is Mexico the diplomatic equivalent of the Pacific garbage patch: the place where failed negotiations go to die? By George Monbiot.
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JANUARY 20, 2012 [George Monbiot, Process] Top 10 Green Blog articles from 2011
documentary that details a process that few people outside of manufacturing industry’s are even aware exists. The Nuclear Meltdown of George Monbiot. In this post David Carson discussed how George Monbiot, Britain’s leading environmental journalists, changed his stance on nuclear energy. link] [link]. 2. link]. 3.
THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [George Monbiot, Process] A Call for a Green Enlightenment
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2008
Whether the reduction needs to go as far as the prodigious 90% George Monbiot
claims in his book, Heat: How to Stop the Planet from Burning , is not clear. Citizens can help start the process
by setting out a framework for a climate change plan. Now I would argue that we have to add a No. 6, "future generations." The mere 5.5% MORE >>
THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS [George Monbiot, Process] Complexity: It’s Not That Simple
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2010
Complexity theory argues that simple, complicated, complex and chaotic systems have fundamentally different properties, and therefore different approaches and processes
are needed when dealing with issues and challenges in each of these types of systems. Agriculture mimics the natural diversity-diminishing processes
of flooding and wildfire. MORE >>