As a British Expat, I’ve watched in awe the incompetence of the UK leadership; first with Brexit and then, much more seriously, Covid19. It’s obvious they literally don’t give a shit about people dying, as long as not so many
With the increasing need for our global society to focus on environmental sustainability we are faced with coming to terms with the high cost of our consumer society on the biosphere. This task is made ever more difficult because the
We are a species in crisis, broad ecological decline is impacting negatively on global biodiversity. Our climate altered, a result of increased atmospheric greenhouse gasses has produced a warming planet driving an escalation in the instances of extreme weather events.
Out of sight, without fanfare, below the waves the planet’s corals are dying. Coral reef after reef around the world succumbing to warming waters as a result of changing climate, decimating habitat for sea life. The entire web of life
Twenty twenty has been a write off, wanting to scrap the entire year to start again from January 1st is completely understandable. In Australia we have had drought, fire, flooding and then of course the Covid 19 pandemic. It has
All the world’s economies are in the midst of a major crash. This has happened before, it is happening now and if we persist with this system the global economy will crash again. On Sept 17 2019 the interest rate
This article about overpopulation is published in our digital magazine Latent Axiom, get a copy for $3.50 au here to read more like it. Earth overshoot day fell on the 29th of July in 2019, since 1970 when the date
In the area of eleven per cent of our human family is currently suffering as a result of undernourishment, eight hundred twenty one million people or approximately one in nine globally end each day hungry. While the number of hungry
We must act now in a concerted effort, or face extinction.
The blame game has reared its ugly head yet again, but the focus has moved from Bankers after the financial crisis to blaming polluters.