Tagged: Dr. Glen Barry

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EcoInternet Relaunches Earth’s Leading Climate Change and Environment Newsfeed

PRESS RELEASE EcoInternet Relaunches Earth’s Leading Climate Change and Environment Newsfeed Contact: Dr. Glen Barry, glen.barry@gmail.com November 30, 2016 (New York, New York) – EcoInternet – aggregator of rainforest, climate, and environmental news since 1989 – is pleased...

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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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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...

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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! 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...