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Coal People: Life in Southern Colorado's Company Towns, 1890-1930 (Paperback)

(Grey) People: Life in Southern Colorado's Company Towns, 1890-1930 (Paperback)

Fossil fuels currently drive around 90% of energy production levels. Latest figures suggest that our most plentiful resource, coal, has a maximum lifespan of 250 years, with oil and natural gas falling much shorter. This infographic outlines how a dependence on fossil fuels is putting the long term future of our planet in jeopardy.

Yes they did and they are still controlling the world this way. Imagine what our world would be if Tesla had been allowed to flourish. So sad.

The Real Carbon Tax A poster serving to remind people of the continuing impact we all have by the simple act of plugging in. Renewable energy is something we can't procrastinate or ignore.

. With bees dying out, the effect on food production could be catastrophic. Scientists have not reached a consensus regarding the cause, but recent studies strongly suggest a particular class of insecticides is to blame, with other contributing factors. According to a recent article from Slate, “pollintors have been called the canaries in the coal mine for ecosystem health.” When bees fail to pollinate, it means bigger trouble than most people realize

Clean Air or Clean Hair? Palm Oil In Everything

Glenn Hurowitz of Grist to the rescue. He wrote a great op-ed in the LA Times about the omnipresence of palm oil in everything from shampoo to cookies, finding rhino-killer in Oreos, Chewy Chips Ahoy!, Orville Redenbacher's popcorn, Hershey's Kisses "Hugs," Twix and more. And not just the mainstream stuff: it's in products from Burts Bees, Trader Joes, Whole Foods and other "green" sources.