The biosphere: death by 10 sextillion bits. Reuse; buy local; pay cheerfully for labour.
As with everything connected with the crisis of the biosphere this blog introduces questions that are extremely difficult to answer. What happens to all of the jobs that these people have if they stop making bits? The flea market in third picture mostly contains bits that will enter the bit stream. What does re-use really do to stem the rushing flood of the bit stream? What steps to we need to take to stem the bit stream? Can we really feed ourselves locally? What can we do to make the promise of the fourth picture a reality? How do we convince ourselves that labour is honourable, fulfilling, and deserving of rewarding compensation?