EcoInternet provides people, families, and businesses the tools, services, and information for green living necessary to survive and prosper during the coming great transition while coming together for global ecological sustainability.

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New Science Suggests More Land-Based Ecosystems Lost than Biosphere Can Bear

An important scientific journal article published today finds that 66% of Earth’s land area must be maintained as natural and agro-ecological ecosystems to sustain a livable environment. Yet about 50% have already been lost, threatening global biosphere collapse....

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Bill McKibben’s Ecology-Free Declaration of War on Climate is Dangerous and Wrong

Why does Bill McKibben’s recent sensationalistic appeal for a “War on Climate” make no mention, not even one, of ecology or ecosystems? While understanding Mr. McKibben is trying to call for a rapid societal response at a massive...

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We Are Water: Support Sioux Uprising Against Pipeline Threatening the Missouri River

TAKE ACTION to Protect the Missouri River and Standing Rock Sioux! Support the Standing Rock Sioux where thousands are gathered to stop a Bakken crude oil pipeline from destroying the Missouri River ecosystem. Native peoples globally are coming...

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Twitter Is Dead

As a Force for Social Good In an era of right-wing authoritarian fascism and left-wing elitist corruption; and economic, social, and environmental decline, I have been stunned by having been repeatedly kicked off of Twitter as I addressed...

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ALERT! Demand Logging End in Poland’s Bialowieza Forest, Europe’s Last Large Old-Growth Forest

TAKE ACTION with EcoInternet to protect Europe’s last large lowland temperate old-growth forest Industrial logging recommenced this week in Poland’s Bialowieza Forest – the last intact European temperate lowland old-growth natural forest and UNESCO World Heritage Site. It...

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Embrace the Coming Ecological Inflection Point and Great Transition

Environmental awareness must soon reach a critical mass, whereby massive societal resources are re-allocated to scale up solutions in a great ecological transition; before biosphere, social, and economic collapse become unavoidable. An approaching ecological inflection point reflects a...

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Europe’s Refugee Crisis: Mass Migration is Biosphere Collapse

Refugees and economic migrants currently flowing into Europe and elsewhere globally are the direct result of over-population, ecosystem collapse, climate change, militarism and inequity. Mass migration has the potential to overrun entire societies and human civilization, and even...

Economic growth is destroying the biosphere 14

GREEN LIBERTY is the Antidote to Authoritarian Corporatism and Global Ecological Collapse

Humanity has so massively overshot planetary ecological boundaries, that already there is an impact upon jobs and consumption; and as a result of diminishing expectations, neo-fascism is rising. It is likely humanity’s cumulative huge demands upon ecosystems, which...

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VICTORY! Walker’s Proposed Wisconsin Great Lakes Mine Perched Above Lake Superior Defeated

The project’s collapse is a major blow to Governor Scott Walker’s anti-science environmental policies. The only question remaining is whether the governor must now return the $700,000 bribe paid by the out-of-state developers for its approval. March 1,...

EcoInternet has helped save Karawari, Papua New Guinea’s unique cave art and rainforests. Photo by: Lucas Sorge 4

VICTORY! Thrilling Rainforest Victory for Karawari Indigenous Cave Art, the Great Nation of Papua New Guinea, and EcoInternet

Australian Broadcasting Corporation media coverage – So incredibly gratifying to be called out by renowned anthropologist Nancy Sullivan – simply an amazing woman – for having helped protect ancient cave art and surrounding rainforests. Much work to be...