Japan banned from whale hunting research

Naturelles Passions:

Such a wonderful news!! Japan used to hunt around 1000 whales every year!! When you imagine that some of these creatures can be 200 years old ….. I am so thrilled and excited to post this news!!

Human: BurningMan 2013

The new film directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand & scheduled for 2015 «will be based on interviews of men and women from all walks of life and of exclusive aerial images, recorded and shot in about 60 countries.
Human will be the first feature film led by two foundations: the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation and the GoodPlanet Foundation.»

Source: http://www.human-themovie.org/

vigwig:

havocados:

anogoodrabblerouser:

raideo:

foodwarriornetwork:

The streets of San Francisco are lined with pear, plum and apple trees thanks to ‘guerilla grafters’ secretly grafting fruit-bearing scions onto ornamental, non-fruit bearing trees making fresh fruit free and available to everyone who wishes to pick some.
'All you have to do is make a slit with a knife in a branch on the host tree, insert a branch from a fruit-bearing tree, and secure it with tape.  Once it heals, it connects.” — Tara Hui started the movement and has been grafting fruit branches to city trees for two years now.
How great would it be to see free fruit from guerilla grafters growing in your city?  Want to start a trend?

yo my grandpa has done this with some trees on our property so we got some weird ass trees LOL

fucking frankenstein monster trees

best shit ever

This has to happen in NYC, wonderful
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vigwig:

havocados:

anogoodrabblerouser:

raideo:

foodwarriornetwork:

The streets of San Francisco are lined with pear, plum and apple trees thanks to ‘guerilla grafters’ secretly grafting fruit-bearing scions onto ornamental, non-fruit bearing trees making fresh fruit free and available to everyone who wishes to pick some.
'All you have to do is make a slit with a knife in a branch on the host tree, insert a branch from a fruit-bearing tree, and secure it with tape.  Once it heals, it connects.” — Tara Hui started the movement and has been grafting fruit branches to city trees for two years now.
How great would it be to see free fruit from guerilla grafters growing in your city?  Want to start a trend?

yo my grandpa has done this with some trees on our property so we got some weird ass trees LOL

fucking frankenstein monster trees

best shit ever

This has to happen in NYC, wonderful
ZoomInfo

vigwig:

havocados:

anogoodrabblerouser:

raideo:

foodwarriornetwork:

The streets of San Francisco are lined with pear, plum and apple trees thanks to ‘guerilla grafters’ secretly grafting fruit-bearing scions onto ornamental, non-fruit bearing trees making fresh fruit free and available to everyone who wishes to pick some.

'All you have to do is make a slit with a knife in a branch on the host tree, insert a branch from a fruit-bearing tree, and secure it with tape.  Once it heals, it connects.” — Tara Hui started the movement and has been grafting fruit branches to city trees for two years now.

How great would it be to see free fruit from guerilla grafters growing in your city?  Want to start a trend?

yo my grandpa has done this with some trees on our property so we got some weird ass trees LOL

fucking frankenstein monster trees

best shit ever

This has to happen in NYC, wonderful

Source: foodwarriornetwork

«Susan Middleton, “Shed Bird Stomach Contents,” digital print. Middleton observed an albatross chick for two months as its parents unwittingly fed it inedible plastic. The chick later died with an impacted stomach, the contents of which are revealed in this sad photo.» 
Susan Middleton / Anchorage Museum 
for more information & artworks, please, see Russell MCLendon’s article: «Ocean Trash reborn as art in Alaska»

«Susan Middleton, “Shed Bird Stomach Contents,” digital print. Middleton observed an albatross chick for two months as its parents unwittingly fed it inedible plastic. The chick later died with an impacted stomach, the contents of which are revealed in this sad photo.» 

Susan Middleton / Anchorage Museum 

for more information & artworks, please, see Russell MCLendon’s article: «Ocean Trash reborn as art in Alaska»

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