Tag Archives: climate change

Tomorrow, tomorrow…

  You can bet your bottom dollar on tomorrow… In the Broadway musical Annie, the lead character, sings: The sun’ll come out… Tomorrow Bet your bottom dollar That tomorrow There’ll be sun! Just thinkin’ about tomorrow Clears away the cobwebs, And the sorrow ‘Til there’s none! When I’m stuck a day That’s gray, And lonely, […]

Our other blog post stream

For those of you who are not aware, we blog over at another excellent resource site – Projects@Work. Our particular segment on this site is called People, Planet, Profits & Projects. And we’re particularly proud of our most recent posting there.  So have a look! Thanks.

People, Planet, Profit – and Pulpit?

A new book by Katherine K. Wilkinson explores the changing relationship of evangelists and the realities of climate change. The relationship is not trivial.  Evangelical Christians make up about a quarter of the U.S. Population.  Recent studies by MIT/Sloan show North America lagging other regions with respect to understanding and coming to terms with- or […]

You gotta laugh

Yep.  Sometimes the news is so bizarre, so “off” that you just have to laugh. Stephen Colbert and his Colbert Report does a better job of that than we ever could do. So we just send you there and let you learn and laugh along with us.   The Colbert Report Mon – Thurs 11:30pm […]

Is Sustainability Bugging You?

I was reading through the recent issue of Fly Fisherman, surprise, surprise, and I beside a great article written by a good friend, I can across a short article in their “Newscasts” section entitled “New” Insects.  It referred to an article in the journal of the American Entomology Society identifying 99 new insect species.  This is […]