Tagged: EcoInternet


The End of Being: Abrupt Climate Change One of Many Ecological Crises Threatening to Collapse the Biosphere

As industrial human growth continues its relentless assault upon nature, at least ten unfolding global ecological catastrophes including deadly climate change have the potential to destroy the biosphere. Any number of other environmental planetary boundaries besides climate change...

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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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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...


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,...

Terrestrial Ecosystem Loss and Biosphere Collapse

Terrestrial Ecosystem Loss and Biosphere Collapse

Barry, G. (2014), “Terrestrial ecosystem loss and biosphere collapse”, Management of Environmental Quality, Vol. 25 No. 5, pp. 542-563.   Read Scientific Paper “Terrestrial Ecosystem Loss and Biosphere Collapse” by Dr. Glen Barry – View Once for Personal...


EcoInternet Hails Victory Protecting Virunga National Park and Gorillas from SOCO Oil

Vital precedents set that rainforests and oil don’t mix, global people power can protect local ecosystems, and all remaining old-growth forests must be protected from industrial development By EcoInternet – http://EcoInternet.org/ British oil company SOCO International has cancelled...

EARTH MEANDERS: EcoInternet: Being Green and Meaning It 5

EARTH MEANDERS: EcoInternet: Being Green and Meaning It

Caring for Earth is cool; not caring, overly consuming, greenwashing, ecological ignorance, superstition and inaction are not acceptable By Dr. Glen Barry, EcoInternet Earth Meanders come from Earth's Newsdesk The Earth's life is some 3.5 billion years old....

RELEASE: EcoInternet Boosts Networking of Biocentric Thought and Action 2

RELEASE: EcoInternet Boosts Networking of Biocentric Thought and Action

EI commits to regular micro-blogging and social networking upon Twitter and Facebook, to promote ecologically sufficient policies adequate to achieve global ecological sustainability (Earth) — EcoInternet (EI) has committed to furthering its leadership in use of the Internet...

New Earth Rising: Call for Submissions of Original Green Writing 9

New Earth Rising: Call for Submissions of Original Green Writing

PRESS RELEASE By EcoInternet, http://www.ecologicalinternet.org/ (The Earth) — EcoInternet, the world's leading provider of environmental portals including http://www.ClimateArk.org/ and http://Forests.org/, will soon launch a new Internet e-zine entitled “New Earth Rising”. The publication will be committed to biocentric...

My.EcoEarth.Info – Grassroots Global Earth Activism 2

My.EcoEarth.Info – Grassroots Global Earth Activism

Last week EcoInternet (EI) launched a new environment social network entitled “My.EcoEarth.Info“. This site is the latest addition to EI's leading climate environmental portals – Climate Ark and EcoEarth.Info – and the new social networking capabilities are going to be an important element in fostering “Grassroots Global Earth Activism”. The intent is to broaden EI's unprecedented global environmental advocacy network to allow more communication, sharing of information and collaboration between Earth Action network participants and EI itself. On the new site you can share your
environmental concerns in an on-line diary, and even launch campaigns with petitions; all while networking with people from around the world that share your concerns and are working as you are to Save the Earth. Please, at your earliest convenience stop by and take the 5-10 minutes it takes to setup your free profile as either an individual or organization. And then start adding content and networking with others. We look forward to feature
requests as we continue to work on a version 2.0. Together we can will global ecological sustainability into being.  

“Global Grassroots Environmental Activism” Internet Site Launches 3

“Global Grassroots Environmental Activism” Internet Site Launches

(Wisconsin) – EcoInternet, providers of the Internet's leading environmental search portals, is pleased to announce a new “My.EcoEarth.Info” site which weds social networking technologies with their existing voluminous climate, forest, water and environment data holdings and tools. And EcoInternet's unmatched environmental search engines now search not only the Internet; but recent news and reviewed site links through one interface as well. There is nothing quite like this suite of Internet technology use for the environment on the web.

“The Internet enables a new type of grassroots environmental activism that will prove crucial to successful, sufficient efforts to stop climate change, end ancient forest logging and achieve global ecological sustainability. Along with our constant environmental action alert issuance, news and link tracking, and biocentric blog commentary; these new social networking and search capabilities enable small groups of people to research, organize, protest and agitate to save their special neck of the woods,” explains Dr. Glen Barry, EcoInternet's President. “If government won't lead, the netroots will.”