It looks like sushi time is over – seafood is no longer safe to eat after the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Fukushima continues to dump 300-400 tons of radioactive contaminated water into the Pacific every hour. Japanese experts estimate Fukushima’s fallout at 20-30 times as high as the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bombings in 1945. Polar . . . → Read More: Writings of J. Todd Ring: Say sayonara to seafood – the oceans are no longer safe to eat from in the wake of Fukushima
There is one easy way for the opponents of the Northern Gateway pipeline to get their way, put their money where their mouth is.
It only makes sense that if the Northern Gateway project is built, Enbridge the company responsible, should cover all social costs from the environmental damage; but in that same vein . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Opposing Enbridge & Environmental Value
Clay Lipsky – Atomic Overlook
All this reminds me of Alex Colville’s painting, Pacific.
This fellow has evolved to where he now occupies the potential last chapter of history where the only options are waiting and suicide. He is the typical postarctic human no longer required to take . . . → Read More: Walking Turcot Yards: Clay Lipsky – Atomic Overlook
Tokelau is a small island in the Pacific that has switched it’s entire power grid to solar, this is the first of a few islands in the region that will be fully independent from having to import fuel for electricity. Before the solar power grid was completed, the New Zealand-administered grouping of three coral atolls, […] . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Pacific Island 100% Solar Powered