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Dams could permanently damage Amazon

GR: Deforestation on the land and dams on the river are eating away at the Amazon rainforest ecosystem.

Dams Threaten Amazon Ecosystem

“The Amazon basin could suffer significant and irreversible damage if an extensive dam building programme goes ahead, scientists say. 202 more words

Human Impact

Active Stewards in a Divided World

A Roman resting at ease on top of an unseen war

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that we live in a divided world. But do we agree on where the big divisions lie? 1,149 more words

Environment

Apocalypse Now: Global Warming

Vast quantities of Antarctic ice are collapsing into the sea, something that scientists are fearful is signalling the early stages of unstoppable disintegration.

With the Arctic permafrost melting, the crypt known as the Doomsday Vault, built to preserve humanity’s food sources after/during an apocalyptic/disaster situation, has… 79 more words

On False Solutions: Video From Max Wilbert Of DGR

Max is a prominent and very vocal member of the radical environmentalist organisation Deep Green Resistance, often uploading videos where he speaks on the subject of anti-civ action. 15 more words

Invitation to Participate in Niger Delta Observation Project (NDOP)

The Pyrates Association are currently seeking members of the public who have first experience of Niger Delta pollution and ecocide to interview. The interviews will be based on personal experiences of the impacts and conditions witnessed while living in the region. 138 more words

Pyrates Association

Top 5 Websites: Understanding International Ocean Law

The final target of SDG 14 is written in legalese. It aims to “enhance the conservation and sustainable use of oceans and their resources by implementing international law as reflected in UNCLOS, which provides the legal framework for the conservation and sustainable use of oceans and their resources, as recalled in paragraph 158 of ‘The Future We Want’.” Translation: “We should do what we have legally agreed to do already.” 909 more words

SDG Targets

The Insatiable Lust for Plunder

“Rocky Mountain Landscape” by Albert Bierstadt (January 7, 1830 – February 18, 1902), oil on canvas.

Like many of his colleagues Albert Bierstadt was captivated and awed by the beauty of the North American continent. 223 more words

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