Radiohead just released their latest album, The King of Limbs, and a special newspaper to go with it. The band is offsetting the resulting emissions through the program Carbon Retirement. This video explains how that offsetting works. Radiohead just released their eighth studio album, The King of Limbs. Accompanying the album at various locations across […]
Monthly Archives: March 2011
Wieden + Kennedy for Levi’s. Crumbling Cities Have Never Been So CoolYou may have seen the ad online. Grainy black and white, backed by a plucky roots-flavored rendition of the classic Snow White tune “Heigh-Ho.” The scene: Braddock, Pennsylvania. We see, in succession, people climbing into well-fitted denim work clothes, busting up a wall with […]
Querido DiálogoEcológico: Noticias recientes han revelado el descubrimiento de especies anteriormente desconocidas que habitan las partes más profundas de nuestros océanos. ¿Se está haciendo algo para proteger este hábitat antes que los humanos tengan oportunidad de pescarlo hasta la saciedad o sencillamente destruirlo?
Querido DiálogoEcológico: El Banco Mundial a menudo se presenta en mala luz por grupos ecológicos y en la prensa. ¿Cuáles son sus eco-crímenes, y qué hay en materia de reformas?
Two stars of the HBO hit series Mad Men reprise their roles in an online video to make a pitch for high-speed rail. Two of the stars of HBO’s Mad Men–Vincent Kartheiser (who plays the aggressively earnest Pete Campbell on the show) & Rich Sommer (who plays the nerdy head of the ad agency’s TV […]
U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Daniel Bowles Can We Provide Clean Water Without the Plastic Waste? International World Water Day is held on March 22 each year. But does one day dedicated to such a massive global crisis—the lack of clean drinking water—really lead to change? Despite a recent U.N. poll suggesting that Americans want […]
The Mountaintop Removal Roadshow Will Coal or Renewables Fuel Our Future?The ongoing tragedy in Japan likely means that nuclear will play a smaller part in our energy future, both in the U.S. and globally. This is for psychological and political reasons, as much as rational concerns. The rational argument is that no matter how small […]