Happenings include Sierra Club’s Stone Soup; a call for art for the WDBX Ball; and Who Killed the Electric Car showing soon at the Big Muddy IMC. News includes the Coast Guard ceasing target practice at Great Lakes; and EPA sued over particulates.
Happenings include a list of nature happenings; Sierra Clubâ€™s Stone Soup picnic; and sunshine emerges in Southern Illinois. Editorial includes a discussion of solar cell efficiency and a bicycle powered by lights. News includes a photovoltaic bikini; Boston now requiring LEED standards; EPA relaxes pollution reporting rules; millionaires challenge Bush energy policy; Europe holiday shopping disrupted by climate change; Inuit climate petition rejected; and 2006 one of the hottest years on record.
Aur is out of town, and Treesong is out of this world! Happenings include An Inconvenient Truth; a new episode of Alt.News; and free holiday massages at John A Logan. News includes Al Gore’s carbon freeze movement; millionaires begging for less foreign oil dependence; even small nukes may disrupt global climate; arctic summers melting too much ice; and Native Americans gather for climate conference.
Happenings include Shawnee Forest trails closing to equestrian traffic; bookmaking art reception at Rosetta Stone Bookstore; and Illinois Single Payer Coalition meeting to seek health care for one and all. Editorial content includes a column about global warming. News includes a power outage in parts of Carbondale, Pomona, and Makanda; EPA delisting lead as air pollutant; phytoplankton affected by global warming; Victoriaâ€™s Secret pledges to stop use of endangered-forest paper; vast new rainforest preserve created in Brazil; Americans driving less, including SUVs; and cow farts contribute to global warming.
Happenings include the Alternative Gift Fair; the Lights Fantastic parade; the Craft Sale; a film showing at the Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship; and the latest on power rates. News includes a list of 100 top eco-heroes; Supreme Court hears landmark climate change case; energy companies request greenhouse gas regulation; easy energy efficiency steps could slash global energy demands; Christian Coalition leader resigns over climate change and poverty issues; new website offers planet-saving info; a new printer uses reuseable plastic paper; and a contest encourages budding filmmakers to talk about climate change.
Aur goes on vacation while Treesong babbles about green holidays. Happenings include Buy Nothing Day; Craft Sale at the SIUC Student Center; and Alternative Gift Fair at Carbondale Civic Center. News includes U.N. conference ending with no climate action; France builds widely acclaimed experimental fusion reactor; Northeast and California both move forward with marine reserves; and British Parliament unveils a climate-change bill.
Happenings include Vegetarian Thanksgiving; the premier of Fast Food Nation; and lame duck recipes for Thanksgiving. News includes Wal-Mart lying about organics; energy efficiency standards for appliances; France considers import tax for goods from anti-Kyoto countries; office go low-paper rather than paperless; Bush takes climate criticism from all sides; UN climate talks continue amidst dissension; Wal-Mart pretends that its eco store is indeed green; and our audio quality still kinda stinks for another week or two, but we’re working on it.
Happenings include newborn goats for Aur; discussion of the election; Treesongâ€™s call for a Green Utopia in Southern Illinois; Wendler and Rumsfeld leave office together; Veggie Thanksgiving; Native American month; America Recycles Day; and the Alternative Gift Fair. News includes Back Home Magazine segment on hydrogen; more reports on climate change; an effort to plant a billion trees to counteract climate change; a new update to the EPAâ€™s climate change website; and headlines from other stories.
Happenings include a 9/11 film at the Interfaith Center; several events for Native American Heritage Month; and voting next Tuesday. News includes the Keep Warm Illinois campaign; updates on several aspects of the upcoming elections; and the City of Carbondale considering seizing utilities lines currently operated by Ameren.
Happening include Free Film Friday at the Big Muddy IMC; a film called Divided We Fall showing on Monday; and tip about a seasonal fruit called the Apple! News includes an eco analysis of music download versus CD purchasing; British eco weaponry; harvesting human energy as a renewable resource; a carbon diet that lets you loose 5000 pounds; eco reality TV show by Leonardo DiCaprio; weight gain in U.S. leads to greater fuel consumption; and newspapers and magazines seek to lesson eco impact.