“There has not been a corresponding increase in safe and convenient pedestrian walkways. Between 1986 and 1995, approximately 6,000 pedestrians were killed each year in the U.S. by automobiles. 40,000 auto deaths annually."
"The probability that world population will peak during this century has increased marginally. The period during which the median of the projections reaches a peak (around 2070) and the level of this peak (around 9 billion people) remain virtually un
“In his book "Plan B 4.0 - Mobilizing To Save Civilization" Mr. Brown devotes a grand total of 4 pages to overpopulation and population growth - the biggest cause of our problems and the biggest obstacle to achieving the goals he espouses, that of sa
“Most Western elites continue urging the wealthy West not to stem the migrant tide [that adds 80 million net gain annually to the planet], but to absorb our global brothers and sisters until their horrid ordeal has been endured and shared by all—ten
“Nationwide, these animals generate roughly 500 million tons of manure a year. Farmers hold this waste in "lagoons" until they can spread it on nearby fields. But rains wash manure off fields into streams, lagoons breach. In short: Sh*t seeps.
“It is virtually impossible to isolate the concept of "hope" from the human condition,” said Dahl. “Hope is required to keep us going. It connects us from the present to the future, and without it we are lost, depressed, and directionless."
How the green revolution will ensure the collapse of civilization! “A man walks down the street one night and as he passes under a street lamp he sees a person crawling around looking for something,” said Dahl.
just a big, wet desert." "They always put social experiments in the easiest, most fertile places," Lugari said. "We wanted the hardest place. We figured if we could do it here, we could do it anywhere."
Texas officials charged with protecting the environment and public health have for years made arbitrary subtractions to the measured levels of radiation delivered by water utilities across the state, according to a series of investigative reports out
The film "Cool It" based on the book by "Skeptical Environmentalist" Bjorn Lomborg opens in select theatres this weekend in which the film is critical of Al Gore and other environmental groups on the global warming issue
"The raging monster upon the land is population growth. Sustainability is but a fragile theoretical construct. To say that the difficulties of nations are not due to people, but to poor ideology and land-use management is sophistic.” E.O.Wilson
As our water, energy and other resources remain limited or diminishing, our human population continues to add 80 million annually net gain, another 1.0 billion every 13 years, as we head toward an added 2 to 3 billion by mid century. Won't make it!
In India ‘sacred’ cows roam everywhere, dropping their waste and creating a mess—but as long as their religion makes the cows ‘sacred’, no one can complain. In America, the ‘population issue’ remains our sacred cow.
What can’t they or we see as Haiti parallels the infamous people of “Easter Island” that overpopulated themselves into extinction? What don’t we understand what’s happening to India, China, Mexico, America and Bangladesh?
The inspector general says the editing changes resulted "in the implication that the moratorium recommendation had been peer reviewed." But it hadn't been. The scientists were only asked to review new safety measures for offshore drilling.
Americans toss, flip, discard and disregard eight out of ten plastic, aluminum and glass water, soda, liquor and beer containers—into lakes, streams, rivers, oceans, parking lots, play grounds, streets, dumps and wilderness—without so much as a blink
Over the past 40 years, "innumerates", those that prove themselves mathematically illiterate, a term coined by the University of Colorado's Dr. Albert Bartlett, www.albartlett.org, attempted to counter Paul Ehrlich. They failed!
Technology rules the world! Only few understand much more are unaware what technology does to our civilization. The Myth: As the world’s population increases, humankind will disappear like dinosaurs from the face of the earth because of lack of spacRead Letter
President Obama will look for ways to control global warming pollution other than Congress. "Cap-and-trade was just one way of skinning the cat; it was not the only way," Obama said. "I'm going to be looking for other means to address this problem."
“In the decades ahead we will be going through hell,”said Heinberg.“But the only alternative to accepting the fact is to live in denial until the reality is inescapable and our room for maneuvering is even more restricted than it has already become."
Today, with the hoopla over elections and every candidate promising the moon, stars and cherry pie—in the end, it all gets down to the ‘brass tacks’ of personal action. Therefore, you’re invited to work at the community level for change toward a sus
“The raging monster upon the land is population growth. In its presence, sustainability is but a theoretical construct. To say that the difficulties of nations are not due to people but to poor ideology is sophistic.” E.O. Wilson
We knew that mangroves are extremely precious as a robust habitat, refuge and food source for hundreds of wildlife species as well as for humans. And they store a disproportionately greater amount of terrestrial carbon than a lot of other ecosystems
"Let every individual and institution now think and act as a responsible trustee of Earth, seeking choices in ecology that will eliminate pollution, poverty and violence, and foster peaceful progress in the human adventure."John McConnell, founder o
“Civilization... wrecks the planet from seafloor to stratosphere,” said Richard Bach, author, Jonathan Livingston Seagull.
A cement mixture intended to temporarily seal BP's Macondo exploration well repeatedly failed lab tests before the April 20 blowout, a presidential commission investigating the oil spill said Thursday.
Some of the country's largest emitters of heat-trapping gases, including businesses that publicly support efforts to curb global warming, don't want the public knowing exactly how much they pollute. Oil producers and refiners, along with manufactu
Dear Ernie, This submission has been revised, to make my explanation of Frosty's population war easily digestible and more understandably plausible. Frosty’s latest recycled article is here http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Discussion-Page.htm?EdNo=00Read Letter
Ministers from around the world began a final push for a U.N. deal to protect nature, urged by the World Bank to value the benefits of forests, oceans and rivers on economies and human welfare. Senior officials from nearly 200 countries have gathered