Posts Tagged ‘mountain pine beetle’

When what is predicted actually happens…

Posted June 14th, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on When what is predicted actually happens…

Predictions of ecological impacts as a result of global warming, inappropriate and destructive human development into vulnerable habitats, and unrealistic standard of living expectations have turned out to be disastrously accurate. The Colorado forest fires and the severe weather that has wreaked havoc through much of the Midwest, South, and Mid-Atlantic are indicators of the vastness of the changes underway, combined with our human inability to change our expectations about our lives even in the face of disaster. We have to start living differently. We have to start getting our lives back in synch with the planet before things really get out of hand.

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Ecological Grief Will Sear the Sensitive Soul

Posted October 26th, 2008 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Ecological Grief Will Sear the Sensitive Soul

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: DEATH OF THE FORESTS: ANOTHER GLOBAL WARMING STORY On a site that seeks to foster hope, we deal with grief.  We have to.  If you love the natural world, if you are tuned into its intricate beauty, its complex ecosytems, its resilience and rich biodiversity, you cannot help […]

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