Tag Archives: nature

I’m a Whale Warrior

I am writing today asking you to support my journey by making a gift towards to my fundraising goal Hi there, I support Sea Shepherd, and i hope you want to help me to achive my goal of raising 1000$ for their incredibly successful and dangerous missions. I am most impressed by their dedication, passion, […]

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Green or…Grey?

As i wrote in a previous article “Where do we want to grow?” the land consumption in Germany is reaching an almost rediculous level. Every little village seems to need their own business park. And if they have one, they think about what else they can concrete over to maximise profit, and to open our […]

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The International Year of Forests, 2011

I stumbled upon this Campaign “OF FOREST AND MEN” today, and i’m overwhelmed by these fantastic pictures and the 7-minute short film on forests. You can see and download more incredible posters in high resolution on GoodPlanet Enjoy!  The Film

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Recovery in Garbage

A small tranquil square in the south of Munich is supposed to give the harried citizens some recreation. It’s really nice, a stream flows here entwined by trees and flowers. Everything is perfect to spend a relaxing weekend day, and to let thoughts fly. Almost everything! Apparently it takes the stressed Earthling lots of alcohol, […]

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The barbaric Slaughter has Begun in the Ferocious Isles

The Slaughter has Begun in the Ferocious Isles – Sea Shepherd. The barbarian butchers of the Danish Protectorate of the Faeroe Islands have begun their ghastly slaughter early this year with the bloody slaughter of 60 defenseless pilot whales. In a world where civilized nations come to the rescue of stranded whales, the one place […]

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Where do we want to grow?

Economic growth Today I attended a talk which focused on development assistance in Africa. I was quite impressed when this picture was shown. It illustrates in a simple way the distribution of advanced, rich nations. I was thinking how our battered world will be like in 100 years, concidering our current, not sustainable growth rate […]

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