Posts Tagged ‘Tricia Kane’

Powershift to 100% possible

Friday, December 14th, 2012

Powershift – a beacon of hope and light in a world gone blind to any value other than greed, and an addiction to the car. It hasn’t always been like this. Up until the late 1940s, towns and even cities were compact, with trams and trains as the main means of public transport, with bicycles Read more

Signs of hope

Friday, October 12th, 2012

‘All is connected…’ I began these musings in March with this tag. It becomes clearer to me and more relevant each time. We have been gifted this beautiful world to use and enjoy. Not to plunder and pollute. Governments seem paralysed by inertia or denial of the disastrous effects of climate change, already evident in the Read more

Good and evil in the media

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

How is the world turning – what does the future hold for us all? The news is full of the dark stories, the more shocking the better, it seems. If someone wants to try to do some good for others, someone is sure to dig up some angle that reflects badly on the person, maybe Read more

Rio plus 20 – Is this our last chance?

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

Rio plus 20 is upon us – 20 years after the Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro agreed on Conventions to keep our planet sustainable. They were more honoured in the breach than the observance, but at least they exist. Is this our last chance to implement them and save our God-given world? One Read more

Occupy movement poses the question – do we have the answer?

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

All is connected – a vast intricate web of relationships in three dimensions. If one strand or knot is disturbed or damaged, the repercussions spread out in every direction, in time and space. Do we have the wisdom, the knowledge, the experience even to understand what we have set in motion, much less how to Read more