resource destruction

Killing Mother Earth Must Be a Crime: The Case for Ecocide

“Protecting the future of life on Earth means stopping the mass damage and destruction of ecosystems taking place globally,” the group states on their website. “And right now, in most of the world, it is legally permitted.” Independent Media Institute: Killing Mother Earth Must Be a Crime: The Case for Ecocide  December 15, 2020 Crime against […]

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New Map Reveals Which Countries are Most Likely to Survive Climate Change

New Map Reveals Which Countries are Most Likely to Survive Climate Change Author: Fran Whittaker-Wood Published: Wednesday, 03 January 2018 Climate change is real, and it’s happening. But will you survive it? Melting ice caps, record high temperatures and rising sea levels are just some of the telltale signs. Climate change is one of the

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In Napa Valley, Vineyards and Conservationists Battle for the Hills

http://e360.yale.edu/features/in-napa-valley-vineyards-take-a-bigger-bite-out-of-forests-and-biodiversity The steady expansion of vineyards in California’s premier wine-growing region is moving uphill into oak and other woodlands and is adversely affecting fish and wildlife. Other wine areas, from Oregon’s Willamette Valley to Mendoza in Argentina, are facing similar issues. By Alastair Bland • May 11, 2017 Kellie Anderson stands in the understory of a century-old forest

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