Kurt Vonnegut on the Shapes of Stories

World Hunger Can Be Solved with $19.56

That’s right. World hunger can be solved with $19.56…Everyone just needs to eat pancakes.

One of Canada’s top chefs, Matty Matheson, shows you how to make the “best pancake you’ve ever had.”

Must See – James Balog’s “Ice Chaser”

I am an unapologetic environmentalist.

As a graduate from the University of Oregon with an Environmental Studies degree I have some insight into the ill-effects of global warming on the planet. Unfortunately, I am unable to convince the naysayers about the tragedy that is occurring right before our eyes.

If the words of professional glaciologists and climatologists are unable to convince the global community about the dire situation our planet faces over the next century then maybe, just maybe, visual evidence will change their minds.

It can’t be denied that glaciers are receding around the world at a rapid pace and nothing proves this fact more then James Balog’s work.

I’m not going to delve into the background of Mr. Balog’s career (you can clink on the included links for more info), but I do want to encourage everyone reading this to watch his award-winning documentary titled Chasing Ice.

The film is visual evidence that indeed the concerns are valid and need to be addressed on global scale immediately.

Watch the film. Check out his project Extreme Ice Survey. And most important, join the movement.

If that’s not enough check out Mr. Balog’s related project Earth Vision Trust for a few insightful interviews.

The Rock Monkey

If you don’t already know about this guy…you should. Check out his bio.

Renan Ozturk is an incredible artist.

The Camp4Collective co-founder and “adventurer of the year” nominee has produced some magnificent films. Check out his bio.

As it Happens

But I am most impressed with his artwork. The world-class mountaineer has beautifully captured some of the most remote places on earth during his global adventures.

After graduating from Colorado College, Ozturk jettisoned most of his worldly possessions and decided to make his home in the deserts around Moab, Utah. His art flourished in pencil sketchbooks and then grew into large canvases laid out across…”

Renan Yosemite