If you’re in San Francisco this July you’re going to want to check out the conference of the future: the WorldFuture Conference. They’ll be looking at future-critical issues (many of this issues are what this very site looks at) and be discussing how to prepare for what the future holds.
If we’re not thinking about . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: WorldFuture Conference 2015
Car culture in North America has led to massive subsidies for car drivers that go pretty much unnoticed. One of these subsidies is in the way of “free parking,” which is anything but free. Cars occupy space during the day that could be used for productive means or green space, instead cars sit unused with . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: San Francisco Fluctuates Parking Prices, Reduces Wasteful Driving
I have yet to see anything that so sublimely and elegantly shows how mankind and nature can cohabit this planet, yet we continue to lay a massive pounding on the earth, oblivious to the wreckage, as we struggle blindly through the fog of our own heads and hearts.
It has been almost 3 years . . . → Read More: PostArctica: Adrift
Richard ‘Hub’ Hughes – Political Blogger
Cowichan Conversations received a lengthy email from Mr. Glen Spicer and a number of supporting artists regarding the “Community Mural.”
I appreciate you stopping by and welcome you and your comments in the future.
Due to its length and strong assertions I have elevated it from . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Towards Community Commonsense Or Chaos
Toronto has joined other cities around the world that has banned plastic bags. San Francisco banned plastic bags earlier in the year, and we mustn’t forget that a small town of Leaf Rapids, Manitoba was the first place in North America to enact such a ban. This ban flies in the face of an incompetent . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Toronto Joins Other Cities and Bans Plastic Bags