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OurCommonFuture and the Online UWC course have been featured in an article published by UWC Denmark

On Friday August 29th 2014, OurCommonFuture and the Online UWC course on sustainability was featured in an article published by UWC Denmark. The original version of the article is in Danish and can be read  1,500 more words

“I’m in Mexico City already …”

6 April 2013

LA: Hey, I’m in Mexico City already, in a couple of days my coyote will come to pick me up. But I have a problem, my friends couldn’t gather more than 2 500 dollars and I’ve been looking everywhere to get the 500 dollars that are missing. 651 more words


Blue VV slows down, but has been to the seaside today!

After her 250 mile first day of migration Blue VV took it easy yesterday, 1 September. She only covered about 24 miles in the day, spending a long time in the farmland near her roost tree NE of Banbury and where a tributary of the River Cherwell flows, but there is no evidence that she attempted to fish. 258 more words

Osprey Updates

Hummingbirds finis

I was correct.

We are seeing different birds from further north as they head south.

There was a wasp at the feeder yesterday that seemed rather contentious about the birds, his futile attempts to engage them were quite amusing as they were clearly faster in the air than it was and would simply hover back a few inches anytime the wasp came close. 26 more words

Fall migration can baffle birders

Published Sept. 23, 1999, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, “Fall migration can baffle birders.”

2014 Update: Now that I have a laptop, I’ve migrated to watching birds through the kitchen window. 801 more words


The nature of a society is exposed at its margins

Human rights and refused asylum seekers in the Netherlands.

Since 2012, a group of people from a number of countries have formed a group in Amsterdam called “We Are Here”. 2,604 more words