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Conflict theory and biosphere annihilation

If you are not able to emulate Gandhi (at least ‘in spirit’) by living modestly, it is your own emotional dysfunctionality – particularly unconscious fear – that is the problem that needs to be addressed.

Bayer, Monsanto acquisition a go

On June 7 "one of the world's largest pesticide producers will be combined with the world's largest seed company."

Creating right relationship

Collective harmony relies on there being right relationship with all living forms and the complex ecological patterns of life of this most beautiful world.

Taxpayers still shelling out billions annually in fossil fuel subsidies

The U.S. spent $26 billion a year supporting fossil fuels and scored the worst in ending support for coal mining, a pet project of President Trump.

17 governors renew climate pledges on anniversary of Trump’s Paris Accord retreat

The governors of sixteen states and Puerto Rico that make up the U.S. Climate Alliance recommitted their pledges to the Paris agreement and announced a new wave of initiatives to accelerate and scale up climate action.

Conservation organizations question Japan’s controversial ‘scientific whaling’ program after killing 333 minke whales

“The continued killing of any whale is abhorrent to modern society, but these new figures make it even more shocking.”

Feds receive first application to explore ANWR for oil

"This scheme will put denning polar bears at risk and leave lasting scars on the fragile tundra and its vegetation, and that's before a single drill rig has been placed or length of pipeline installed."

Flip This Well: How fracking company CEOs get rich while losing billions

Even when shale oil CEOs do fall, and wipe out billions in other people’s money, their falls seem to be cushioned with more cash.

EU moves to ban 10 most harmful single-use plastics

The directive was praised by environmental organizations.

Trump’s offshore drilling plan puts 68 national parks at risk

All of these parks would be in danger if Trump and Zinke's drilling proposal goes ahead.