June282011
June162011

jtotheizzoe:

motherjones:

We ignore the threat of rogue glaciers at our own peril.

I’m not completely certain of the exact legal precedent in a case like this, but I’m pretty sure this movie is so bad and so scientifically inaccurate that it is illegal

~Wow. That’s just wrong. Almost as wrong as that Tommy Lee Jones volcano movie. Almost.

(via jtotheizzoe)

June22011
mothernaturenetwork:

Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin cycled the Pacific Coast in 2007 and noticed two things:
1. There was lots of garbage.
2. They didn’t miss their “stuff” back home.
Thus was born The Clean Bin Project, their competition to see who could buy no new “stuff” and create the least amount of waste in a year. Learn more about their inspiring project and be sure to check out the documentary trailer below. 
The Clean Bin Project - Trailer from Grant  Baldwin Videography on Vimeo.

~I have seen a display of the photographs made with “waste products” such as the one shown on the video, and it is mind boggling. He also made a photograph to look like a sand dune in a desert with millions of paper grocery bags, and an airplane made with hundreds of thousands of plastic bottles. It’s really quite disgusting when you think about it, how wasteful we are. I think everyone should try to do this at least once in their life. Even once would reduce the garbage production drastically. ~

mothernaturenetwork:

Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin cycled the Pacific Coast in 2007 and noticed two things:

1. There was lots of garbage.

2. They didn’t miss their “stuff” back home.

Thus was born The Clean Bin Project, their competition to see who could buy no new “stuff” and create the least amount of waste in a year. Learn more about their inspiring project and be sure to check out the documentary trailer below.

The Clean Bin Project - Trailer from Grant Baldwin Videography on Vimeo.

~I have seen a display of the photographs made with “waste products” such as the one shown on the video, and it is mind boggling. He also made a photograph to look like a sand dune in a desert with millions of paper grocery bags, and an airplane made with hundreds of thousands of plastic bottles. It’s really quite disgusting when you think about it, how wasteful we are. I think everyone should try to do this at least once in their life. Even once would reduce the garbage production drastically. ~

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