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ALERT! Final Push Needed to Stop Australia’s Tasmanian Ancient Forest Pulping for Throw-Away Paper Consumption

ALERT! Final Push Needed to Stop Australia’s Tasmanian Ancient Forest Pulping for Throw-Away Paper Consumption

Gunns of Australia’s controversial plans to build a huge pulp mill to make disposable consumer items largely from clearfelling ancients forests is close to failing, let us together make a final decisive push to warn off potential investors and environmental approvals and achieve its permanent withdr

RELEASE: RAN Sells-Out Canadian Boreal Forests

RELEASE: RAN Sells-Out Canadian Boreal Forests

Press/Social Media ReleaseRainforest Action Network greenwashes destruction of half of Ontario, Canada’s boreal forests; despite lack of any detail, and without scientific findings that doing so is ecologically sufficientBy Earth’s Newsdesk, a project of Ecological InternetDr. Glen Barry, +1 (920) 7

RELEASE: Australia’s Tepid Overseas Rainforest Aid Provides Little Climate Benefit

RELEASE: Australia’s Tepid Overseas Rainforest Aid Provides Little Climate Benefit

Press/Social Media ReleaseHarnessing ancient primary forests for continued carbon storage requires ending industrial logging, and in Australia tooBy Earth’s Newsdesk, a project of Ecological InternetDr. Glen Barry, +1 (920) 776-1075(Earth) — Ecological Internet welcomes Australia?s expression of c

What If Global Warming is Non-Linear

What If Global Warming is Non-Linear

The interesting and potentially life-defining question of «what if global warming is non-linear» [ark] is worthy of consideration. That is, if we continue to increase carbon emissions, global warming may increase exponentially — ever resulting in more change per unit of pollution — and causing cri

Arctic Going to Hell in a Hand-Basket

Arctic Going to Hell in a Hand-Basket

The Arctic’s alarmingly rapid loss of summer sea ice [search] continues. The fact the ice has not totally melted this year is no consolation, as last year summer sea ice shrank to a record low, and total loss of sea ice — which was predicted to occur in over sixty years only a few years […]

Australia’s Tepid Overseas Rainforest Aid Provides Little Climate Benefit

Australia’s Tepid Overseas Rainforest Aid Provides Little Climate Benefit

PRESS RELEASEHarnessing ancient primary forests for continued carbon storage requires ending industrial logging, and in Australia tooBy Ecological Internet, Dr. Glen Barry, +1 (920) 776-1075(Earth) — Ecological Internet welcomes Australia?s expression of concern about forests and climate change, d

ALERT! Fund Ecuador to Keep Oil Underground

ALERT! Fund Ecuador to Keep Oil Underground

It is time for the international community led by Europe to step up and finance large-scale Amazon rainforest preservation to protect the Earth’s atmosphere, biodiversity, and life-giving ecosystems; while helping meet needs for national advancementTAKE ACTION! The Western Amazon — home to some of

Climate Change and Species’ Deaths (including yours)

Climate Change and Species’ Deaths (including yours)

We learned today that birds in France are unable to migrate [ark] fast enough to keep up with their habitat. And the Arctic tundra is being invaded by trees [ark]. Humans too are animals with specific heat, moisture and food requirements. Where will we run as we lose our habitat? Climate change — a

Climate Skeptic Slap Down: the Earth is Demonstrably Heating

Climate Skeptic Slap Down: the Earth is Demonstrably Heating

Recently climate skeptics [search] and sympathetic press have claimed there has been no global warming for a decade. New Scientist does a marvelous job of debunking [ark] this selective misreading of climate data by lay skeptics. Using a powerful yet simple analogy, they illustrate that surface temp

Ocean Dead Zones, Chaotic Nitrogen Cycle and the Earth’s Survival

Ocean Dead Zones, Chaotic Nitrogen Cycle and the Earth’s Survival

Findings that oxygen-starved ocean «dead zones» have doubled every decade [ark | more\ark] since the 1960s, killing massive amounts of marine life at the base of the food chain, demonstrate just how sick the Earth has become. The new study in the journal Science found there are now some 400 ocean ar

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