Then & Now: Forty Years on & Eco-Catastrophe is One Big Yawn

  It wasn’t always so. Forty years ago, 20 million Americans took part in the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. Fifth Avenue in New York City was closed to automobiles as 100,000 people joined in concerts, lectures, and street theater. More than 2,000 colleges and universities across America interrupted their anti-war protests to […]

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Homo Sapiens: Long term prognosis – promising “One last chance“ says Prof. Gaia, but warns 90% cull by Century’s end probable

As scepticism about climate change seems to be gaining traction around the world, a group of international scientists hit back last month with a comprehensive report reinforcing the facts and figures behind global warming. It not only updates the information of the UN’s IPCC report of 2007, but shows the situation is actually quite a […]

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