An authoritative study of the biological relationships vital to maintaining life has found disturbing evidence of man-made degradation.
Steve Connor /30 March 2005
Planet Earth stands on the cusp of disaster and people should no longer take it for granted that their children and grandchildren will survive in the environmentally degraded world of the 21st century. This is not the doom-laden talk of green activists but the considered opinion of 1,300 leading scientists from 95 countries who will today publish a detailed assessment of the state of the world at the start of the new millennium.
Tim Radford, science editor /March 30, 2005
The UK Guardian
The human race is living beyond its means. A report backed by 1,360 scientists from 95 countries - some of them world leaders in their fields - today warns that the almost two-thirds of the natural machinery that supports life on Earth is being degraded by human pressure.
The study contains what its authors call "a stark warning" for the entire world.
Shutdown of Atlantic current would ravage food stocks
A report on what the shutdown of the Atlantic Current might be.
We all sense that something is very wrong.
Everyday the news gets worse concerning the environment. Bizarre weather patterns suggest that Earth’s climate is indeed changing. It appears that global ‘warming’ – which brings extremes - is all too real. Is it caused by people or by natural cycles - or is it simply the case of a double-edged sword? Is our human consciousness ineluctably drawing something to us?
You have to wonder why the powers-that-be, those elite who perhaps could have advocated change a long time ago – simply did nothing. What do they know that we don’t? Does nothing matter? Are the reports of massive construction of underground facilities around the planet true? Has the decision been made to save the few and leave the rest?
If you were in their place and you knew that the overly populated planet Earth was about to face a period of cataclysmic devastation, what decision would you have made?
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