Dominque Browning, Editor of House & Garden magazine, has an excellent editorial in the April 2007 issue on "Our Planet, Ourselves".
National Geographic has a special report in the April 2007 issue on "Saving the Sea's Bounty". As a side note, this is piece was shot by Randy Olson (and his wife, Melissa Farlow, also a wonderful photographer) that D and I have the privileged to know. I have been feeling guilty for sometime when I eat fish. The idea that of over-fishing takes the pleasure out of eating crab, lobster or any fish for that matter. I hardly ever do. I have not been to one of those steak and lobster restaurants in over 20 years. And I am thinking my neighbor Laura has the right idea, go vegetarian.
2005 was one of the hottest years ever recorded.
We all know something is running amuck in our world. We read the news and see the evidence. I am in constant discussion with my friends about the subject. I do my little bit, turning off lights, combining driving trips to the stores, recycling. But I know these things are not enough and I keep wondering ... what are we to do? What does an individual do to help out our world in crisis? What can the blogging community do? Have you guys heard of anything extraordinary that we can do? I mean really DO. I am feeling very helpless, frustrated, worried and SCARED.
Take 'er down, Wikipedia
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