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The Ecology Ethic

Our one shared living biosphere is collapsing and dying. Continued being depends urgently upon reconnecting with nature through global embrace of an ecology ethic whose individual affirmative outcomes for natural ecosystems are sufficient in sum to sustain the...

Over-population will kills us all 17

Time of Great Dying: Population Bomb Bursts, the End of Old-Growth Forests, and the Great Awakening

Gaia, the living biosphere, is infested with humans. Not just any humans, but the type that grow fat and reproduce exponentially by liquidating natural ecosystems. The population bomb has burst and we are seeing daily the predicted consequences...

It's global warming stupid 16

Abrupt Climate Change: In Hurricane Harvey, Texans Reap What They Sow

Science informs us that Texas oil fueled Hurricane Harvey. “Hurricane Harvey is abrupt climate change. And it shows collapse of the atmosphere and ecosystems that threatens to destroy the biosphere and end being… Texas’ war against science and...

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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...

EcoInternet's Climate Change and Environment Newsfeed 0

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...

Efforts to protect large old-growth forests have failed 49

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...