(louangelola1) Inspiration for "resolutionaries"
Julia Butterfly Hill climbed a 1,000+ year old redwood named "Luna" in Northern California and lived in her branches for over 2 years to save it from the chainsaws of a logging company. Her first winter she was nearly killed as a terrible storm raged through her tiny perch. Butterfly describes the fear, the breakthrough, and the life lessons of those early months.
- Where is Julia now? (Hint: not USA)
- AUDIO: Butterfly asks, What's your tree?
- MOVIE: "Adventures in Treesitting"
- VIDEO: Butterfly Hill awakens joy
- VIDEO: Rip us from our roots and we die
- VIDEO: Julia's war and tax resistance
- Berkeley home with roof deck, organic garden
- Robot wars closer than we think, still far off
- Shutting down man who stood up (Bradley Manning)
- Giving a hoot about the barn owl
- Protests mark Guantanamo anniversary
- Apple, Inc. trying to take over China
- Processed meat "cancer link"
- Church of gay priest opposes same-sex marriage
- Indra and Namuci: the Lord versus the Non-releaser
- More help needed for insomnia sufferers
- Why snow in Alaska is a problem now
- Ron Paul takes New Hampshire second
- Totem pole carver revives dying art
Struggling for work in the new Tunisia
- Denmark's Queen praises Elizabeth II
- Nigeria now faces multiple crises
- Strikes are "warning" for China
- Did Japan really suffer "lost decades"?
- Taiwan goes to the polls
- Madonna struggles to stay relevant
- "Booth babes" upset CES women
- Big, smart TVs, other tech news
- stigma" of sex addiction
- Student resisting extradition to US
- uclear "negativity" down to Dr. No?