Monthly Archives: October 2015

Zoe Lindo and M. walbranensis, one of several unique species she found in the precious Walbran Valley. Also, Mark Devries and Speciesism for WOC Oct 14 2015

Zoe Lindo is Assistant Professor at the U of Western Ontario, studying soil biodiversity and ecosystem function.  She’s a taxonomic expert in a suborder of soil-dwelling mites.  But when she climbed into the canopy of an ancient cedar grove on … Continue reading

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Joan Russow and the U.N. vs the T.P.P., Drew Curry and the Identity Free QTee App for WOC Oct 8 2015

Joan Russow was at the United Nations in September when the General Assembly adopted “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.”  But how much power does this hold in light of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement that 12 … Continue reading

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Jonathan Balcombe and “What a Fish Knows”, Patricia Tallman’s “Restore Our Planet Diet” for WOC 092215

Jonathan Balcombe has studied animal behaviour over many years.  He works with the Human Society Institute for Science and Policy, and is the author of many books.  He’s currently researching fishes for a new book titled “What a Fish Knows” to … Continue reading

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Place Based Activism & Spiritual Practice, and the 10th Annual Anarchist Bookfair for WOC 091015

Representing the Salish Sea Spiritual Ecology Alliance, Alysha Jones shares information about the 2015 Convergence focussed on Place Based Activism and Spiritual Practice and what inspires her to explore and honour the emotions that bring us to activism.  Then Nathan … Continue reading

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