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Researchers Urge Better Protection As Wetlands Continue To Vanish

This article was written by Morgan Erickson-Davis.   Morgan describes how biodiverse wetlands are, she asserts we need a change in law to restore them begin to look after and to recreate balance between people, wetlands and biodiversity.  By Morgan Erickson-Davis   Wetlands provide many benefits to ecological and human communities alike, from nutrients and … Continue reading Researchers Urge Better Protection As Wetlands Continue To Vanish

How Climate Change Is Reducing Numbers Of Humpback Whale Calves In The North-West Atlantic

Written by Christian Ramp and originally published in The Conversation. This article highlights evidence linking reduction in reproduction of the humback whale and climate change. Climate change is having a serious impact on the world’s oceans in various ways, ranging from its devastating effects on tropical coral reefs to melting polar sea ice. But until now, it wasn’t … Continue reading How Climate Change Is Reducing Numbers Of Humpback Whale Calves In The North-West Atlantic

Worried About Earth’s future? The Outlook Is Worse Than Even Scientists Can Grasp.

This article was originally published on January 13, 2021 in The Conversation, known for academic rigour. The authors fight disinformation with facts and expertise. By Corey J. A. Bradshaw, Daniel T. Blumstein and Paul Ehrlich/The Conversation Anyone with even a passing interest in the global environment knows all is not well. But just how bad … Continue reading Worried About Earth’s future? The Outlook Is Worse Than Even Scientists Can Grasp.

Despite Covid Slowdown – Upper Ocean Temperatures Set a New High Record in 2020

Originally published on Climate and Capitalism Over 90% of the excess heat due to global warming is absorbed by the oceans. Heat content change in the upper 2000 meters of the global ocean. (Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, January 2021) Even with the Covid-19-related small dip in global carbon emissions due to limited travel and other … Continue reading Despite Covid Slowdown – Upper Ocean Temperatures Set a New High Record in 2020

The Most Important Climate News of The Past Decade

For many years, Deep Green Resistance has argued that it’s not “too late” to stop global warming, because scientific predictions for the future never assume that emissions may fall to zero. Now, science has backed up our assertion. The following is excerpted from a longer article by Bob Berwyn, published on Inside Climate News, and … Continue reading The Most Important Climate News of The Past Decade

Land Defenders Murdered In Columbia

DGR stand in solidarity with land defenders in the Philippines“ and Colombia, where we see the highest levels of murders of environmental activists. “For years, land and environmental defenders have been the first line of defence against climate breakdown. Yet despite clearer evidence than ever of the crucial role they play, far too many businesses, … Continue reading Land Defenders Murdered In Columbia

To The Grandchildren

by The Invisible Warrior / Illahee Spirit Runners I have been asked to write a letter to someones grandchildren for the solstice. I think this fitting since i have no children. Sometimes i think of the movement as my children and is certainly a consideration when devoting to this path. 7 generations. To all the grandchildren … Continue reading To The Grandchildren

Net Zero and Other Climate Delusions

Facing The Truth by Elisabeth Robson “In order to maintain our way of living, we must tell lies to each other, and especially to ourselves.” — Derrick Jensen On November 6, 2020, I allowed myself one breath out, a breath of relief that a despicable administration and its despicable leader have been voted out of … Continue reading Net Zero and Other Climate Delusions

Shale Must Fall: Global Day Of Action Against Fracking

Shale Must Fall: Global day of climate actions uniting sites of extraction in the Global South and beyond with their counterparts of consumption in the Global North. Friday Dec. 11th, on the eve of the 5th anniversary of the Paris Agreement, a diverse group of environmental movements from 20 different countries are mobilizing together to … Continue reading Shale Must Fall: Global Day Of Action Against Fracking

[Green Flame] Extreme Weather Around the Planet

For this episode of The Green Flame, Jennifer Murnan and Max Wilbert discuss extreme weather around the world. As the Arctic is experiencing catastrophic low ice formation, wildfires have swept western Turtle Island this summer and fall, and storms have pounded southeast Asia and the Caribbean. We include excerpts from a January podcast covering the … Continue reading [Green Flame] Extreme Weather Around the Planet