Looking back one, two and five years ago today on Worldchanging:
A Bright Green Argument for Geoengineering
Alex Steffen responds to Jamais Cascio's excellent opinion piece on geoengineering and says: "He manages to steer clear of offering political cover to denialists (who have been using the idea of geoengineering to deny the need for emissions reductions), yet makes a really cogent, clear argument about what he thinks geoengineering itself means and can and cannot do. It is, when all's said and done, a bright green argument for engineering the Earth...
Looking Behind the War on Terror
Regine Debatty reviews the "Extraordinary Rendition" exhibition at The Helga de Alvear gallery in Madrid The 'Extraordinary Rendition' expression was coined by the Bush administration to define new legal measures designed to sidestep the existing Human Rights system and deprive some individuals from its protection in the name of the fight against terrorism...
Ingo Günther's Globes
Ingo Günther makes globes. Beautiful, strange globes that help people visualize social, political and environmental issues...