Posts Tagged ‘climate change’

hope in the aftermath

Posted: January 28, 2020 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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The Grose Valley from Govetts Leap lookout
the silence of burned trees on the Fairfax Walking Track
rain brings signs of new life
with epicormic growth sprouting from the burnt tree trunks
seeds bursting
Xanthorroea (aka grass trees) are well adapted to fire, the thick, dead leaves around the stem serve as insulation and help to protect the plant against the heat of the fire.
the ants are busy
witnessing the devastation yet there is hope in these signs of new life
fires are still burning down the coast and interstate
Richard Flanagan writes deep into the heart of the matter
this is climate change
revolution is in the air
& here’s a hard hitting video narrated by Tim Minchin with a little background to the dirty deeds of the Australian government

The power of Art

Posted: January 12, 2020 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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this powerful image was taken by Shannon Dooley at the Climate Change rally at Town Hall on Friday
may this be the tipping point for shifting the dominant paradigm from greed to mending our beautiful broken world