Road Raging -Top Tips for Wrecking Roadbuilding - By Road Alert! Full Text and images of the 212 page book.
Only The Poets Can Save Us Now - By Richard Reese. This is a long and winding tale about storytelling through the ages. It describes how changes in a culture's stories affect a culture's relationship with the Earth. We desperately need powerful, passionate, and inspired bards to create new songs, poems, and stories -- in order to make a path to a joyful, sustainable, and sacred future.
Oil and The Future - By Richard Reese. There is a commonly held belief that the world's supply of oil will last until about 2040. A growing number of senior oil industry geologists and analysts are starting to challenge this belief publicly. They believe that it is grossly optimistic, and dangerously misleading.
Where Do We Go From Here? - By Richard Reese. The status quo is totally self-destructive and dysfunctional. The central question for those of use who care is "where do we go from here?" The sickness resides in the human mind, and so does the medicine.
Bougainville - The long struggle for freedom - By Moses and Rikha Havini. The story of the plunder of the island of Bougainville by European colonialists; the subsequent successful revolution by the islanders, and the current war still being waged upon them by agents of an irked West whose mining corporations will kill anyone to get their greedy hands on the rich deposits of minerals there.
The Greening of Education - by David Orr. "The end of education as we have known it is in sight. Its trajectory follows the curves depicting the decline in the habitability of the earth itself... What are the prospects that education can be transformed in ways that will enable it to equip the young to do what they must do in order to build communities, societies, and a global order that is ecologically durable and fair?"
For Flapjack and Mother Earth: Earth Warriors at Jesmond Dene. - "Our story begins long ago, in a city far away (well, Newcastle upon Tyne). It began in the sixties with a city councillor called T.Dan Smith, one man and his dream: to cover newcastle with motorways and concrete."
Dreamtime Revealed - by Marlo Morgan. Taken from the story of a courageous woman who walked with the aboriginals and learned the wonderful secrets and wisdom of an old, old tribe. "The Real People" nation have for centuries had the practice at birth of speaking the same first phrase to all newborns. Each person hears the same exact first human words: "We love you and support you on the journey." At their final celebration, everyone hugs them and repeats this phrase again. What you heard when you came is what you hear when you leave! "Dead trees EF!
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