As Colombia readies to suspend its U.S.-led, carcinogen spreading aerial coca eradication program—aka “The War on Drugs”—a conveniently-timed document has been leaked reporting that more land is now being used to cultivate the cash crop with “production based on average crop yields estimated to increase 32 percent to 245 metric tons.” of pure Colombian marching powder.
Timelapse of the Calbuco volcano eruption in southern Chile.
24 hours in Zion National Park
Shepard Fairey, environmentalist.
Reverence by Zana Briski
An interesting fact concerning the desert state that is California, each Almond grown requires one gallon of water.
The toxic lake at Baotou, Inner Mongolia. Home to the waste from one of the world’s largest suppliers of “rare earth” minerals.
Since January 1st, Costa Rica has gotten 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources.
Nothing Quite Like Some Human Impact, Earth-Disaster Porn To Make You Feel Good About the Coming of Spring
NASA’s Images of Change