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Intensive farming is shepherding the collapse of the living world

Ariel Brunner, Senior Head of Policy at BirdLife Europe, explains why the fierce debate on cuts to the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) budget is just a smokescreen for a broken farming system ... read more

Saying Goodbye to Planet Earth

The more that human societies evolve, according to Hanson, the more they become “energy intensive” and ensure their own obliteration ... often center around the year 2100, when most adults living now ... read more

Cuba's worker bees boost thriving honey business

Shrinking bee populations around the world have caused scientists and conservationists to sound the alarm over the effects of intensive agriculture ... following the collapse of the Soviet Union, ... read more

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Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature'

Photograph: Courtesy of Entomologisher Verein Krefeld The world’s insects are hurtling down the path to extinction, threatening a “catastrophic collapse of nature ... and blamed intensive agriculture ... read more


Climate crisis poses a major political challenge to imperialism: John Smith on imperialism

Yet it is not immune from “blow-back” effects, such as when overfishing and run-off from intensive farming ... of profit to fall that results from the replacement of living labor (the sole ... read more

Could a Green New Deal Make Us Happier People?

Averting civilizational collapse ... reference to a World War II-style mobilization to achieve the latter, which — at least in the short term — could stimulate carbon-intensive consumer ... read more

For A Healthier Planet, Eat These 50 Foods, Campaign Urges

This was the topic at a recent conference in Paris where the World Wildlife Fund and Knorr ... address the drivers of habitat loss and species collapse," says Edwards. "And the biggest driver is ... read more

Church in Syria suffers ‘bleeding wound’ of emigration

Maronite Archbishop Joseph Tobji of Aleppo is the shepherd of ... earth and light of the world: we cannot allow our presence here to become insignificant. We have lived through a particularly painful ... read more

CATHIE DRAINE: Be an advocate for the world's insects

The Guardian reported on Feb. 10, “The world’s insects are hurtling down the path to extinction, threatening a “catastrophic collapse of nature’s ... the journal Biological Conservation, says ... read more

How a Global Collapse Would Affect American Farmers

Are we heading for a global financial collapse? What can we expect from the trade ... The Dutch are probably the best in the world at applying technology to agriculture. They already have fully ... read more

‘Liz Was a Diehard Conservative’

But records from the time Warren spent living in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts make clear ... White House contender and is key to understanding how she sees the world: with a willingness to change ... read more

This is the second dirtiest thing in the world — and you’re wearing it

A general assessment must take into account not only obvious pollutants — the pesticides used in cotton farming ... of fabrics is chemically intensive. Globalization means that your shirt likely ... read more



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