Posts from the ‘The Long View’ category

Giant Ant Media’s Great Climate Change Video

As I recently mentioned, today is Blog Action Day. Ironically, because it’s Blog Action Day and I’m involved in the TckTckTck campaign, I don’t have a…

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What the Climate?

In the next couple of weeks, there are two big climate change-related events that I wanted to mention. First up, this Thursday is Blog Action Day,…

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From Ali to Web of Change

Thanks to an invitation from Chris Breikss, I submitted a photo to a Flickr contest being run by imagine1day, a non-profit focused on child education in…

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Waking Up the World

As I’ve mentioned in passing a couple of times, I’m excited to be working with the TckTckTck campaign. It’s an unprecedented coalition of global NGOs (Greenpeace,…

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Walking to School

This generation of children is the most pampered and protected of its kind in all of history. Of course, that’s probably been true of every subsequent…

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Vote Climate Change for Blog Action Day 2009

Blog Action Day is a single day–October 15–when bloggers write about a particular topic in order to raise awareness. Last year’s topic was poverty, and these…

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Urban Gardening in Detroit

Over the weekend I listened to last week’s episode of the Slate Political Gabfest podcast. In it, Slate intern Jefferson Pestronk referred to a CNN article…

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Could You Fill Only One Trash Bin For Three Months?

A couple of months back, I read about the Clean Bin Project. It’s finished now, and here comes the documentary: Taking out the Trash- The Clean…

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