"World In Fire" by Danilo Rizzuti

The Dividing Line

Reproduced with permission of Liam Scheff: The Choice Will Be Yours, Mine and Ours. Divided We Stand, United We Fall: Solar, Wind, Oil, Coal, Nuclear. The arguments pile up in disorganized, swaying towers, in colonies and countries of data – kilowatt hours and gigawatt years, energy returns and investments, environmental damage done and reversed, savings…

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The New World

Reproduced with permission of Liam Scheff: Proposition: We’re doomed, and we more or less deserve to be. We’ve done ourselves in. Our food, our water, energy, culture – everything about us is reeking of imminent death – or, at least, of strenuous, aching decline. I’ve named the five harbingers of our forthcoming expulsion from Eden…

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Planet Rescue

Planet Rescue – Getting Back to Basics

By Caroline Knight It is becoming harder and harder to ignore the need for widespread change. But because the level of change required can appear to be beyond humanity’s grasp (or at least that is the way it is often portrayed, even in the “alternative news”), it is no wonder that acknowledging it can be…

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Hermann Keppler

Practicing Herbal Medicine Under Threat

By Hermann Keppler Principal, College of Naturopathic Medicine As you may know, there are government plans to implement statutory regulation of anyone practicing herbal medicine in the UK. If implemented, this will mean that anyone practicing will have to meet certain requirements laid out by the Health Professionals Council (HPC) – the body that will…

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Chemical Cocktails

By Caroline Knight, December 2011 The word cocktail has various connotations. Many of us have enjoyed a cocktail on a Saturday night, fully aware that this is toxic on our bodies and not the healthiest way to live, but we do it in the name of fun. And discounting the inevitable hangover, it certainly can…

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