From Aliens to Australians
Roswell that ends well
Says Yahoo! News: “A former Canadian defense minister is demanding governments worldwide disclose and use secret alien technologies obtained in alleged UFO crashes to stem climate change.” And nothing we could say would make that funnier.
They dream of greenie
Generation Insomnia is growing up in Britain as half of kiddies between the ages of seven and 11 can’t sleep for worrying about climate change. But never fear — 25 percent dream that George W. Bush will save the day. Talk about a rude awakening.
What are you, a race-ist?
How to bring down the environmental movement in three easy steps: Greenify a racecar, bringing on accusations of fuel-using hypocrisy. Replace sponsor logos with an image of the earth, showing that eco-action destroys the economy. Drive so fast that no one can see your message anyway. We’re onto you, Formula One.
Photo: Honda Racing F1 Team
The fish isn’t quite as adorable as Audrey Tautou, but the BioDaVersity Code gets our wo0t for cleverness, cuteness, and not being nearly as long as the actual movie. Plus, it’s unlikely to stir up a ginormous controversy — over da hair.
Image: Free Range Studios
If I had a Glamour
Green goes Glamourous today as the mag devotes 10 whole (old-growth forest?) pages to the earth. Grist gets a mention as an eco-tipster, but this time, no sweater belts were harmed in the process. Still, we prefer Australians — in general, but particularly when they call us “the Holy Grail of green celeb-cred.” Stop, we’re blushing.