The idea of increasing online voting, or e-voting, has been touted by some as a way to make elections more environmentally friendly. However, rather than being a simple case of energy efficiency, this debate is a complex one that goes right to the heart of the internet’s environmental credentials. So with presidential elections just a […]
More on our Founding Farmers From Seattle Times: ‘Founding Gardeners’: How gardening and farming shaped the thinking of Washington, Jefferson, Adams and Madison Catch up on the rest of the Hank D and the Bee series at JoeMohrToons.com. For cartoon updates and other green goings-on, follow Joe on Twitter @GreenCartoons.condominiums for sale in miamiимпала тревелпроцессор […]
More on Banks and Banksy From the Daily Beast: Which Bank is Worst? From Rolling Stone: Taibbi Joins Yves Smith on Moyers (discuccing Big Banks) From Art of the State: Banksy Catch up on the rest of the Hank D and the Bee series at JoeMohrToons.com. For cartoon updates and other green goings-on, follow Joe […]
These were my 6 favorite suggestions for a new character. Please make your vote in the comment section below this post (or tweet it to @GreenCartoons). Thanks to all who made suggestions! Thoughts on the potential new characters: An angry flower: There were many flower suggestions, so the type of flower (I think I like […]
Bees are extremely hardworking and selfless, so it would only make sense that Bee get occasionally frustrated with human egocentrism. If Bee’s description of the violence in nature intrigues you, check out these Nature videos on PBS. If the seemingly endless news footage of human violence has got you down, check out this peace piece […]
For more on Tim’s reasoning behind voting Republican in 2012 read the Grist article linked below. It’s a scary thought. Like Hank, I still need to wrap my head around it… More on Tim DeChristopher–aka “Bidder 70″ From Grist: Letter from an imprisoned activist: Time to ‘play dirty’ for the climate’s sake Tim DeChristopher’s Peaceful […]
Last week the New York Times ran an op-ed piece titled, “Going Green but Getting Nowhere”. It was one of the most finely packaged pieces of eco-snobbery we’ve ever seen. Do you think it’s big government’s job to mandate environmental behaviors or is it better to let every step, big or small, add up to a changed world?
Is nuclear energy a clean energy? That’s the question that has lead to many great discussions and even more heated debates. Ironically, many of the most notable pro-nuclear advocates are actually ex anti-nuclear voices. High profile personalities from both sides of the debate square of toe to toe on July 7th in London…and you can watch online.