Household ‘oikos’ by Vandana Shiva

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Avoiding the destruction of the planet, the water wars and other resource grabs, the unequal distributions of accumulating wealth and consequent poverties are all topics of concern, activism and thought for Vandana Shiva.… Continue reading

Radiance

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  RADIANCE – a journey into the light… The Aurora as seen from the lower 48 on the shores of Lake Superior, all scenes from Upper Michigan 46.5 deg N Not able to… Continue reading

Mundaka during October 2013 by Jon Aspuru

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Mundaka pumping. By Jon Aspuru

Mexican Wave Wipeout by Desiree Bilon

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By the time I arrive at the beach, surfboard under my arm, the morning sun has already broken past the horizon. Above the estuary, pink wisps streak the pale sky. The sky above… Continue reading

Bear Island

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Bear Island is an uninhabited speck of land, the southernmost island of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard in the Arctic Ocean. It took one and a half years of planning but Inge and… Continue reading

South of Haiti

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“In October 2012, Nick, Dave, Francisco and I, set off on a 10 day journey along the Southern coast of Haiti in the back of a pickup. Our goal? To capture a side… Continue reading

warm water rising

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When exactly does your town or city go under? Tide chart meets calendar… On average, global temperatures will exceed historical norms as soon as 2047 and no later than 2069, according to new… Continue reading

March 11th 2011

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Waves break on barriers as a typhoon hits the area near Iwaki town, south of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, on September 16, 2013. Almost all the beaches in Fukushima prefectures… Continue reading

Kelly opens it up

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“My life was getting worse, not better, and it should have been getting better, because I’ve accomplished all the things I wanted to accomplish.” Here is a sidewise look into the man, interview… Continue reading

Sailing into Fuji (circa 1920)

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