Thursday, January 10, 2013

[But of course] Killer Whales Trapped by Climate Change - Live[Junk]Science
But what caused the pod of orcas to become trapped in the first place? Increasingly, experts are blaming climate change, which gave the orcas access to a place they normally abandon before winter.
Vivienne Westwood's Boys Are Sad About Climate Change | The Fashion Spot
Westwood is among the most politically outspoken designers working today: in 2007, she released her manifesto, Active Resistence to Propaganda (an insane dialogue between Alice, Pinocchio, Art Lover, Beautiful Slavegirl, Dryad of the Rainforest and others)
The designer did not back down when she showed her Men's line at the London Collections on Tuesday. Westwood styled her models with the same look she debuted at the Red Label Spring 2013 show in September — an expressive, clownish kind of warpaint, using broad black lines on pale faces and bright white paint for darker skin tones.

Together with posters printed with slogans advocating for eco-awareness more explicitly, the makeup was used to advance Westwood's message about climate change: makeup artist Pablo Rodriguez told the Telegraph that the look "represented an abstract image of a sad face of disapproval, so the models had a pointing down mouth and one sketchy round eye."
Climate change expert to speak at Texas State
Hayhoe was the lead author of the federal report “Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States.”
TexMessage: Climate change should not be a partisan issue, says Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson | Texas on the Potomac | a blog
[Johnson] Every new data point serves to highlight the folly of putting special-interest politics and partisanship before science and fact.

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