Ehrlich gives great overview of crisis of crises

Here is a good overview of the most critical aspects of today’s growing crisis of multiple crises from the ever insightful Paul Ehrlich:

Today’s population–resource–environment situation is summarized in comparison with that pertaining in 1968 when The Population Bomb was published. The human predicament is now much more serious, since the human population has more than doubled in size since 1968, key resources are much more depleted…

New UN report on damage to Earth (May 2016)

Final catastrophe for life on Earth unfolding! Not many people interest!!

Today, the Guardian published this extremely alarming article:…/humans-damaging-the-environmen…

It was published as the second piece on page 4. The vote at Muirfield golf club to continue to ban women members got far more coverage on the previous page. Most media simply ignored the UN report. Their sense of public interests is probably correct. Far more people seem outraged by the BBC announcement that it will drop food recipes from its website than by the threat to the very availability of food in the future.

The Green Party is currenlty receiving resolutions for its next conference. It will be interesting to see how many are about action that might prevent the catastrophes the UN predicts. Sadly, even in its ranks there are members who seem more interested in creating ‘safe spaces’ at universities where lecturers will not say anything that might upset someone than in creating safe space for life on Earth

Radical action is needed to combat increasing rate of environmental damage to water sources, land, biodiversity and marine life, report shows