source: https://www.dw.com/en/what-to-expect-from-the-worlds-sixth-mass-extinction/a-60360245 Related Subjects Biodiversity, Food security, World Wildlife Fund, Climate change, COP 26: Everything you need to know - Keywords biodiversity, Anthropocene, WWF, IUCN Red List, mass extinction, food security, natural disasters, Climate Change What to expect from the world's sixth mass extinction by Alistair Walsh Humans alive today are witnessing the beginning of the first mass extinction in 65 million years. What does biodiversity … Continue reading eco-crisis – extinction – biodiversity – What to expect from the world’s sixth mass extinction – Alistair Walsh – DW 2022
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Fresh Fish Anyone?
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Greta, Mnuchin and PlanB
A year ago, when The Virus was still a fuzzy rumour, one was already plagued by the puzzle of the three zeros : the skeletal numbers of no interest and near nil inflation lined up for a danse macabre around the grave of zombie growth. Never seen this before. This is different. This can't be … Continue reading Greta, Mnuchin and PlanB
ECO crisis GROWTH, transition – Macro-economic narratives in a world of crises Emil Urhammer & Inge Røpke
ECO crisis GROWTH Macroeconomic narratives in a world of crises by Emil Urhammer & Inge Røpke Ecological Economics October 2013 - An analysis of stories about solving the system crisis download free pdf from academia.edu Macroeconomic_narratives_in_a_world_of_crises Abstract - Since the financial crisis in 2008, a series of publications on macroeconomic responses to the compound crises … Continue reading ECO crisis GROWTH, transition – Macro-economic narratives in a world of crises Emil Urhammer & Inge Røpke
GROWTH! What Growth?
GROWTH! What Growth? intro/featured/selected – updates here - +here Alf Hornborg writes in his article “How to turn an ocean liner”: “Although soon reduced to a heterodox and marginalized position, the critique of growth has continued to challenge mainstream dogmas of economics and policy for over four decades. Countless debates have raged on what exactly is the problem … Continue reading GROWTH! What Growth?