Saturday, April 26, 2008

Saving Planet Earth

I am no Earth-wise holy person, but here are some links to articles worth reading and to some sites worth exploring: "The Web Way to Save Planet Earth" by John McConnell Near the bottom of this page is a link to the associated Earth site: At the BBC this Saving Planet Earth page. At "The race to save Mother Earth in 8 years" by Chris Taylor, Business 2.0 Magazine senior editor Today (04/26/08) at Linh Dinh's site: "The World's Worst Population Problem" featuring Albert A. Bartlett's "Is There a Population Problem?" To learn more about this University of Colorado Physics Professor Emeritus and his contributions take the Albert A. Bartlett link Linh provides. At Alan Contreras's site, this April 14, 2008 post: "Civilized and Uncivilized Societies" Do not be put off by this title. His post is well-researched and thoughtfully presented. One sentence from it is: "A government is due respect only insofar as such respect is earned by conduct." For those who are willing to buy a book, here are two: Jorie Graham's Sea Change, about which there is an online review and Tony Juniper's How Many Lightbulbs Does It Take to Change a Planet?: 95 Ways to Save Planet Earth. One more site of interest: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service This search: saving planet earth returns many results, some of which may interest you. 04/27/08: a 12/09/07 addition from The New York Times Sunday, April 27, 2008 Expert Roundtable - China: Choking on Growth answers from Michael P. Walsh O Rho00065

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