Perfect harmony: The Gaia theory

Perfect harmony

'Enjoy life while you can' - article from The Guardian (UK) Climate science maverick James Lovelock believes catastrophe is inevitable, carbon offsetting is a joke and ethical living a scam. So what would he do? By Decca Aitkenhead

Resources — National History Challenge 2008

Franklin dam protesters at the Liberal Party Federal election campaign opening, Malvern Town Hall, Malvern, Victoria, February 1983 / Andrew Chapman

Net forest change in Australia (using forest regrowth and deforestation data) 1973-2004

Net forest change in Australia (using forest regrowth and deforestation data)

national parks movement australia - Google Search

national parks movement australia - Google Search

CSIRO - Marine Climate Impacts and Adaptation

CSIRO - Marine Climate Impacts and Adaptation

Franklin River

My mum took me to the protests against the Franklin Dam. I became excited by activism and remain an idealist (and Bob Brown fan too). Early days: Bob Brown protesting against the Franklin Dam in South West Tasmania during the early

Area of deforestation and forest regrowth in Australia, by state and territory, 2001 to 2004

Area of deforestation and forest regrowth in Australia, by state and territory, 2001 to 2004

jabiluka mine controversy 1998 - Google Search

jabiluka mine controversy 1998 - Google Search

jabiluka mine controversy 1998 - Google Search

jabiluka mine controversy 1998 - Google Search

Uranium mining in Australia

Uranium mining in Australia

jabiluka mine controversy 1998 - Google Search

jabiluka mine controversy 1998 - Google Search

NYC museum celebrates Theodore Roosevelt - CBS News

NYC museum celebrates Theodore Roosevelt

NYC museum celebrates Theodore Roosevelt - CBS News

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