RELEASE: New Earth Rising — a New Biocentric E-zine — Launches as Time to Achieve Global Ecological Sustainability Grows Short
PRESS/SOCIAL MEDIA RELEASE
EcoInternet's latest offering focuses upon truthfully knowing global ecological crises in order to effectively develop and implement ecologically sufficient solutions
By Earth's Newsdesk, a project of EcoInternet
CONTACT: Dr. Glen Barry, email@example.com
(Seattle, WA) — EcoInternet, the world's leading provider of on-line environmental portals and action opportunities, is pleased to announce New Earth Rising, a new fiercely biocentric online magazine (e-zine), committed to thought and action to achieve global ecological sustainability. The green publication launches today at http://www.newearthrising.org/ and free subscriptions can be made at http://www.ecoearth.info/shared/subscribe/ .
The inaugural issue, entitled Ecological Truth and Transformative Action, features original and diverse green essays that seek to more fully know Earth's crises — including climate change, water scarcity and forest diminishment — in order to achieve ecologically sufficient solutions. New Earth Rising links what is known regarding global ecological crises with specific personal and social transformations necessary for shared survival and to sustain being.
Dr. Glen Barry notes in the opening editorial that “the environment movement is failing because of a dearth of truth telling and a profound lack of ambition… humanity is burning and cutting the natural ecosystems that are the foundation and provide habitat for all life.” If we “can simply stop cutting and burning — and begin an era of ecological protection and restoration — we have a real chance… of surviving as a species, with other life, on a living Earth.”
New Earth Rising is grounded in the ethics of biocentrism, deep ecology and political ecology. The first issue is a bit of a hodge-podge — examining entropy in relation to solar energy, while promoting the eating of peaches; revealing the lure of big plantation schemes, while showcasing innovative water management schemes; and with ancient memories and cartoons thrown in the mix. The e-zine will initially publish bi-monthly. Original submissions are welcome.
Dr. Glen Barry is a global spokesperson on behalf of environmental sustainability policy. EcoInternet provides the world's leading climate and environment portals at http://www.climateark.org/ and http://www.ecoearth.info/. Dr. Barry frequently conducts interviews on the latest climate, forest and water policy developments and can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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