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Monday, January 02, 2006

NEWS: Carnival of the Green #8

Carnival of the GreenHooray and welcome to 2006. I hope you had a happy New Year celebration if you celebrated.

What better way to start off 2006 than with the first Carnival of the Green of 2006.

Suhit has done a great job on #8 - please do go check it out here.

My pick of the carnival this time is Circadiana's excellent post about how climate change impacts the web of life.

Here is an extract:
On one hand, watching evolution in fast action is fascinating (not to mention that it provides plently of new ammunition to counter creaitonists' claims against what they like to call "macroevolution"). On the other hand, watching species go extinct due to unwillingness of some humans to accept responsibility for global warming and to implement strategies to counter it, is more than frustrating. It makes one ashamed to be a Homo sapiens.
One other thing that concerns me is the potential for all this to affect the food chain. Still, we will all be able to eat Soylent Green, sorry, GM produce. Hurrah! [ahem]

I hope you have a peaceful and green 2006.



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