Liked There's a soup of rubbish in the Pacific that's almost as big as Queensland (ABC News)
Whether you're focusing on count or mass, I think it is alarming and we all recognise that this is an increasing global project and it's going to take local solutions as well as hopefully global governance to help resolve the issues
Listened Warm data, innovative electric transport and β€œfossil free steel” from Radio National
Green innovation comes in many forms. And promising project don't have to be big, they only have to make a start.


This episode of Future Tense captures a number of projects currently being explored associated with sustainability.

Liked Empty half the Earth of its humans. It's the only way to save the planet | Kim Stanley Robinson by Kim Stanley Robinson (the Guardian)
The Global Footprint Network estimates that we use up our annual supply of renewable resources by August every year, after which we are cutting into non-renewable supplies – in effect stealing from future generations. Eating the seed corn, they used to call it. At the same time we’re pumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere at a rate that is changing the climate in dangerous ways and will certainly damage agriculture.