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The Environmental Death Cult

Natural News just ran an expose entitled “Environmentalists Are At War With Life on Earth” – see link below. The central theme of the article is this: “photosynthesis requires sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to function, yet climate change propagandists have now declared war on two out of those three inputs required to sustain nearly all plant life on our planet.” 999 more words

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Global Warming

Antarctica Is Dumping Hundreds of Gigatons of Ice into the Ocean Right Now

The southern, frozen continent lost an average of 252 gigatons of ice a year to the sea between 2009 and 2017. 516 more words

Environment

Businesses think they're on top of carbon risk, but tourism destinations have barely a clue

Tourism accounts for 8% of global emissions, much of it from planes.
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Susanne Becken, Griffith University

The directors of most Australian companies are… 609 more words

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After mapping ocean ecosystems, Australian scientist issues warning

The world’s last wilderness areas are rapidly disappearing, with explicit international conservation targets critically needed, according to University of Queensland-led research.

The international team recently mapped intact ocean ecosystems, complementing a 2016 project charting remaining terrestrial wilderness. 347 more words

Everyday Science

Recycling alone won't solve this environmental crisis

Have you ever wondered what happens to the recycling and waste that gets collected from your curbside?
Simple. Waste goes to landfill and recycling goes to recycling facilities. 1,247 more words

OPINION: Global Warming and Population Control

Last year, we emitted nearly 38.2 billion tons of carbon dioxide just by burning fossil fuels such as coil and oil. I think we can all agree global warming is one of the major issues we must face in the future. 406 more words

Robinson Jeffers’ Prediction of the Anthropocene

Robinson Jeffers was a phenomenal poet of the 20th century, who focused his writing on the superiority of the natural world over humanity. He instigated a way of thinking that he called “inhumanism”, which re-focuses the mind on the beauty and importance of nature, and diminishes the centrality of humankind in this world. 2,424 more words