Recept: spaghetti met rucola



200 gram spaghetti
2 teentjes knoflook
200 gram rucola
2 tomaten
2 eetlepels olijfolie
60 milliliter groentebouillon
3 eetlepels balsamicoazijn
0,5 theelepel zout
gemalen peper
eventueel 80 gram gistvlokken
60 gram pijnboompitten


Kook de spaghetti volgens gebruiksaanwijzing. Giet 'm af en laat 'm uitlekken. Doe terug in de pan en houd 'm warm.

Pel en pers de teentjes knoflook, was de rucola en slinger 'm droog. Scheur de blaadjes in stukken.

Was de tomaten en snij ze in stukken.

Verhit de olijfolie en bak hierin de knoflook. Voeg de bouillon, de azijn, peper en zout toe en breng alles aan de kook.

Neem de pan van het vuur en roer er de pasta, rucola en blokjes tomaat door.

Verdeel de spaghetti over vier borden en bestrooi 'm met gistvlokken en pijnboompitten; serveer direct.

Beyond the Tipping Point?

categorieën: Acties, films, Klimaatverandering

Een documentaire over het klimaat, klimaatactivisten en -wetenschappers en de toekomst van de aarde.

Van planestupid.com

"We have 30,000 days!" "100 months!" "5 years left!" "Copenhagen (now Mexico) is our last chance!" In the face of consensus on the reality of climate change scientists, policy makers and campaigners are increasingly in the habit of issuing deadlines, ultimatums and points of no return.

But what impact does this language have on the decisions taken by activists, campaigners, and policymakers?

A provocative new film, Beyond the Tipping Point?, produced and directed by Dr. Stefan Skrimshire from The University of Manchester launched at the Manchester Museum.

Now it's publishers have made it freely available as an educational tool for campaign and community groups, schools and universities, to encourage people to discuss and reflect on the actions and decisions they take in relation to climate change.

The film features interviews with a Met Office international climate expert, a Bangladeshi social justice campaigner; members from direct action group Plane Stupid, Buddhist leaders and leading academics, alongside footage from the UN climate talks in Copenhagen.

A rich diversity of perspectives emerge from these interviews. Whilst some of the contributors argue that ‘shock and awe’ will force the public to take action, others say activists must be more careful in the way they communicate. One interviewee argues that we should focus our attention on adapting our neighbourhoods to combat the unavoidable effects of rising temperatures.

Leo Murray said, "This film offers insight into the implications of an imminent point of no return in the climate system, and should be seen by everyone involved in the struggle to prevent us from reaching that point. This type of critical reflection will be invaluable to our understanding of our own actions and what we seek to achieve by them."