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featheredcritter · a year ago
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i’m loud again but yesterday i’ve seen another post like that and i was about to cry
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iraville · 4 years ago
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I made some new limited Fine Art Giclée-Prints for my Etsy shop because the others are almost sold out (printed with archival inks on archival fine art watercolor paper). And because i often get asked if there will be a re-run of the sold prints: Well, no, this is the thing with limited prints. Once the print run is sold out, this print will be retired forever. So if you want it, buy it now! Numbered, singed and dated on the front and back. Better photos with close-ups on etsy Link to my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Iraville 😊
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desimonewayland · 3 years ago
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Agnes Denes, Wheatfield—A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan, with Agnes Denes Standing in the Field, 1982. Courtesy the artist and Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York.
“Wheatfield” is, in retrospect, viewed as a watershed moment in public art. Its short existence was documented in photographs, which have taken on an added resonance as New York City’s empty spaces fill up and familiar landscapes are eradicated. A piece that was once about the contrast between the man-made and the natural environment is now more about the vulnerability of everything. The two behemoth skyscrapers in the background of the photos unexpectedly proved as perishable as the artwork in the foreground. 
Read more here about Agnes Denes and “Wheatfield”
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menhera-chan · a month ago
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veganlogic · 2 years ago
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When people say that major corporations and industries are responsible for global warming and that we can do very little to make a difference, I totally agree with/understand/ respect that.
But like, that's not where it ends?
We need to realise that our money and the choices we make in everyday life have massive effects on how industries are run.
Using paper straws wont do shit in the grand scheme of things, but when you go to your local shop and look at the straws on offer, what do you now see?
Less plastic and more paper, because they know that's what we want and what we will buy.
In the long run, stuff like that does make a difference.
It's the same with veganism, we see more vegan food/places because demand has been created. Money will be made here, less land is used, no animals die, less waste and less pollution.
And it's not out of the kindness of some CEOs heart, it because they want you to buy THEIR tofu and not someone else's.
If we have this "it won't make a difference" attitude then nothing will ever change.
We have power over companies and we should use it.
So use that paper straw, get the reusable bag, eat less meat, do whatever you want to do to have a positive impact in the world and don't ever feel like you're not making a difference because you are
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aleikats · 3 years ago
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Tangerine farmhouse.
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ourrevolution · 10 months ago
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West Coast wildfires, three hurricanes and a tropical storm all appear in this one NASA satellite image 9/15/20. Photo: NASA Worldview Earth Observing System Data and Information System.
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Skies turn red in Salem, Oregon. Photo: Odie Brown/Twitter.
CLIMATE DISASTER IS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN A GREEN NEW DEAL. THAT'S IT. THAT'S THE MESSAGE. PLEASE PASS IT ON.
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scifi-fantasy-horror · 7 months ago
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by  Jesse van Dijk
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veganlogic · 2 years ago
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Eating meat is a "personal choice" but so throwing trash into the ocean.
If you watched someone throw bags full of those plastic beer rings into the ocean, would it still be their personal choice?
They're fucking up the environment and hurting animals
At what point do you say "hey.. maybe don't do that"?
You make daily choices that affect everyone around you and their futures.
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sixpenceee · 3 years ago
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scifi-fantasy-horror · 7 months ago
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by  Vasiliy Poryagin
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scifi-fantasy-horror · 2 months ago
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by  Darwin Cellis
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scifi-fantasy-horror · 4 months ago
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by  Andree Wallin
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birdhism · 4 years ago
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Denying Climate Change benefits businesses that exploit environmental resources, but that's short term thinking with long term consequences. If companies and government won't listen, take matters into your own hands.
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