Tag Archives: Environment

The Economics of Separation – Part 1

The Economics of Separation portion of a book by Charles Eisenstein The converging crises of our time all arise from a common root that we might call Separation. Taking many forms—the human/nature split, the disintegration of community, the division of reality into material and spiritual realms—Separation is woven into every aspect of our civilization. It […]

Burning Fossil Fuels – What does it do to our environment?

  Below is a map of the United States via airvisual.com –  the parts that are red are high pollution – Louisville, Kentucky is the hotspot.   Some of the most significant hidden costs of fossil fuels are from the air emissions that occur when they are burned. Unlike the extraction and transport stages, in […]

Dam Fish

The Dam Fish

Ron Miller 1998 Published in:  The Northwest Technocrat, 2nd quarter 1998, No. 351 (with the title The Fish and the Dams) This article is slightly different than the version printed in the magazine as this was converted directly from the author’s word processor file. There are photographs from the early nineteen hundreds of salmon caught in the […]