Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Climate Change is Killing Trees

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Apr 24 2022

A long time ago in the Milky Way galaxy on a planet named Earth the trees died. It only happened […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Wood Pellet Manufacturing in a Rainforest

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Apr 01 2022

The wood-pellet industry has full-scale operations smack dab in the heart of British Columbia’s Inland Temperate Rainforest, the last rainforest […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Antarctica on Edge

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Mar 29 2022

East Antarctica, often times referred to as “the final frontier of global warming,” is making headlines once again. A few […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

The Truth About IPCC Reports

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Mar 26 2022

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in many respects is a Delphic institution whose reports are a function of […]

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Less of What We Don't Need

Cuba Prepares for Disaster

by Don Fitz Posted on Mar 22 2022

The September 2021 Scientific American included a description by the editors of the deplorable state of disaster relief in the […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Climate Breakdown

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Mar 05 2022

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued its direst warning of all-time: “Climate breakdown is accelerating rapidly.” Additionally, […]

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Thinking Politically

Waiting on the French Left to Decolonize Itself

by Claire Schwartz . Conversation . Houria Bouteldja and Françoise Vergès Posted on Apr 29 2022

So what is there to say? Elections so often seem like exercises in scripting state power, organizing attention around a […]

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Less of What We Don't Need

Degrowth Is About Global Justice

by Jason Hickel Posted on Jan 10 2022

Who’s driving the ecological crisis? It is overwhelmingly the rich countries of the Global North: the United States, Canada, Europe, […]

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