Tagged: ecological sustainability

Natural ecosystems make Earth habitable 6

Ecology Is the Meaning of Life

Naturally evolved ecosystems are marvels that make Earth habitable, yet sadly they and all life are threatened Miraculous Nature Ultimately, all humanity and all life have is the biosphere, the thin layer of life just above and below...

EARTH MEANDERS ESSAY: Happy Interdependence Day 0

EARTH MEANDERS ESSAY: Happy Interdependence Day

Earth is dying if we let it. We need the Earth and each other to survive and thrive. EcoInternet needs the financial support of its network participants at http://www.rainforestportal.org/shared/donate/ to continue our unique and effective biocentric advocacy on...

China’s “American Style” Development Means Ecosystem Collapse 3

China’s “American Style” Development Means Ecosystem Collapse

Lester Brown eloquently provides the rationale for all of EcoInternet's work in his comprehensive environmental sustainability essay entitled “China forcing world to rethink its economic future“. In it he states “global civilization today is on an economic path that is environmentally unsustainable, a path that is leading us toward economic decline and eventual collapse.” There are simply not enough resources or ecosystems in the World for China, India and other developing countries to follow the Western economic model without utter ecological collapse and social mayhem. There can be no economy without ecological systems as an underpinning. Finding a way to achieve just, equitable global ecological sustainability is the challenge of all of humanity's remaining time. EcoInternet is providing information and action opportunities to promote necessary policy to begin this transformation. Please support us now!  

Sustainability Policy Needed if Earth to Have a Future 0

Sustainability Policy Needed if Earth to Have a Future

The state of scientific knowledge in regard to global ecological sustainablity, as represented in the UN commissioned Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, is that if current population growth and resource consumption patterns continue there will be widespread global ecological collapse...