Mapped: Basic Income Experiments Around the World
Amid the pandemic, the idea of Universal Basic Income has been gaining steam with policymakers. — Visual Capitalist
A chat about his new book with co-author Robert Pollin
Week 41: Skip the dryer. Hang dry your laundry this week.
Take part: Sept. 6–12, 2020
Fix Our Planet, Part 4: Reinventing a Material World — Make: Magazine
Join the Greenpeace volunteer webinar with Naomi Klein and get involved in Greenpeace’s critical electoral work | September 30, 2020 04:00 PM PT
The Food Justice Film Festival is free and open to the public. Sign up now to receive a link unlocking access to each film for 24 hours on the day of its screening. — CENTER for BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Getting climate into the presidential debates
Climate disruption is here. Now what?
Understanding How the Air Quality Index Works — Visual Capitalist
- Carbon dioxide:
Nature’s tiny solar panels
- Take a deep breath
- Galileo Fixes Everything
- A Silver Lining
- If You Don’t Like the Heat,
Get Out of the Kitchen
- Rainfall, Evaporation and Desertification
- Runoff and Water Supplies
- Of Drought and Flooding Rains
- A Sunburnt Country
Note to Yarns from the Farm readers: This is the final regular article in a series on climate change that I’m writing for our local monthly newsletter, the Southern Midlands Regional News (SMRN). There will be a recap article in the next issue, that reviews the whole series. Previous articles can be found in the preceding Yarns from the Farm. The image above was taken after a major fire went through my property in January 2016. And a note to my non-Australian readership: this title and the previous one are taken from a much-loved poem, My Country, written by Australian Dorothea Mackellar at the age of 19, at the turn of the last century.