Thursday, January 01, 2009

Place/Environment/Geography (2009)

(Food and agriculture are both rolled into this section)


Aether: The Journal of Media Geography (California State University--Northridge)

AlterNet: Environment

AlterNet: Water

American Constitution Society for Law and Policy: Economic, Workplace and Environment

Apartment Therapy: Saving the World One Room at a Time

A Posse Ad Esse: From Possibility to Reality (Phil Gardener/Utah)

The Bluegrass and Beyond (Tom Emblen/Lexington Herald Leader columnist)

Casaubon's Book (Sharon Astyk/Utah)

Eat Well Guide: Local/Sustainable/Organic

Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development

Food For Everyone: Resource Guide (Yes! Magazine)

Food Not Bombs

Fora TV: Environment

Fora TV: Green

Frontline Documentaries (PBS)

Garden Girl: Urban Sustainable Home Gardening Tips

Good Foods Coop (Lexington, KY)

Green Roofs Initiative (Wes Houp/Tennessee)

Institute for Policy Studies: Ideas Into Action for Peace, Justice, and the Envirnment

John Bowermaster

Kitchen Gardeners International

Liberty Heights Fresh (Salt Lake City, UT)

Living on Earth: Sound Journalism for the Whole Planet

Media Ecology: Composting the Western Mind

No Impact Man

Organic Gardening

Orion Magazine: Nature/Culture/Place

Preserve Lexington

Research on Place and Space (Bruce Janz/University of Central Florida)

Savoring Kentucky (Rona Roberts)

Science Friday (NPR)

Seed Magazine

UChannel: Environment

UK Guardian: Environment

US Seed Exchange (Blossom Swap)

Voice of San Diego

Wasatch Community Gardens (Salt Lake City, UT)

Yes! Magazine: Supporting You in Creating a More Just and Sustainable World


Montenegro, Maywa. "Is There a Better Word for Doom?: Six experts discuss the merits of framing climate change, the language that troubles them, and the inherent bias of any chosen word." Seed (May 21, 2009)

Landmark Trial Set to Begin Over Shell’s Role in 1995 Execution of Nigerian Human Rights Activist Ken Saro-Wiwa; “The True Cost of Chevron"

Guiyu, Largest E-Waste Site on Earth

Peter D. Howe: Newsworthy Spaces -- The Semantic Geographies of Local News

Don Mitchell: "You Who are the Bureaucrats of Empire, Remember Who We Are"

Matthew C. Nisbet: Communicating Climate Change -- Why Frames Matter for Public Engagement

Asian Reflections on the American Landscape (National Park Service/Department of the Interior)

Yes! Magazine: Special Themed Issue -- Food for Everyone

Elyssa East: Polis is This -- Charles Olson and the Persistence of Place

Counterspin: Ellen Shaffer on health care, Kristen Lombardi on coal ash

Democracy Now: Marxist Geographer David Harvey on the G20, the Financial Crisis and Neoliberalism

Worldview: Rob Hopkins -- Irish Transition Town Movement; Bill Wilson -- Midwesterner Brings Transition Towns to Illinois

Worldview: Effects of Bee Colony Collapse Disorder; The Secret Life of New York's Bees; Climate Change’s Drastic Impact on Marine Ecosystems

Jonathan Raban: Metronatural America (Pacific Northwest--USA)

Radio West: The New Victory Garden

Sarah DiGregorio: Is Foie Gras Torture?

Michael Benton: The Politics of Meat 2.0

Smile Politely (Champaign-Urbana, IL)

Gareth Evans: Franny Armstrong's The Age of Stupid

Electric Sheep Magazine: Alex Fitch talks to Guy Maddin about his new film "My Winnipeg" and to Kinga P about her experience of growing up in the city

George Porcari: Fellini Goes to the Beach

Weekly Signals: John Lamb Lash author of Not in His Image: Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology, and the Future of Belief

David Korten: The Speech President Obama Should Deliver… But Won't

Appalachian Voices: Clean Coal is a Dirty Lie

Guardian Weekly: The Bush Years (section on Katrina/New Orleans)

Costa Rica: December 18-27, 2008

Counterspin: Kali Akuno, Andy Worthington and Francesca Grifo on the Bush legacy (Post-Katrina New Orleans)

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