I have not been able to right-write a thing I am willing to publish this last month, You see I am furious. I just want to lash out. Our world, yours and mine, has been turned upside down this past 40 years. I know where the fault lies but I've been unable to funnel that productively, yet. But I am getting close. So I will just let Randy Rainbow do it for me for now.
Randy is a bit quirky I admit, but simply delightful. And if you are a old white man and have homophobic Jew hating right-wing nationalistic white supremacist tendencies at times you are probably not doing your part anyway and you are going to need a checkup.
Here are Randy's last 4 videos. Hope you enjoy as much as I did.
A SPOONFUL OF CLOROX
The CORONAVIRUS Lament
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Yellowstone's Wildlife in Transition
Over thirty experts detect worrying signs of a system under strain. They identify three overriding stressors: invasive species, private-sector development of unprotected lands, and a warming climate. Their concluding recommendations will shape the twenty-first-century discussion over how to confront these challenges, not only in American parks but for conservation areas worldwide. Highly readable and fully illustrated.
The Energy Glut: Climate Change and the Politics of Fatness
by Ian Roberts. Expertly tells the story of energy in society, and places 'fatness' next to climate change as manifestations of the same fundamental planetary malaise. This exciting book argues that the pulse of fossil fuel energy not only started the process of catastrophic climate change, but also propelled the average human weight distribution upwards. It offers and appraises for the reader a set of personal and political de-carbonising strategies.
Last Stand: Ted Turner's Quest to Save a Troubled Planet
by Todd Wilkinson and Ted Turner. Entrepreneur and media mogul Ted Turner calls global warming the most dire threat facing humanity, and says that the tycoons of the future will be minted in the development of green, alternative renewable energy. Through Ted Turner's eyes, we consider another way of thinking about the environment, our obligations to help others in need, and the grave challenges threatening the survival of civilization.