Tag Archives: planetary boundaries

what to do?

I am a 60-years-old middle-class Mexican. My extended family has lived in northern Mexico and Texas for more than a century. I do not think that myself or my relatives, parents, uncles, aunts, etc, have specific awareness of climate change, … Continue reading

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Environmental values

  “The Earth has cancer and the cancer is Man.” – Club of Rome (1974) Mankind at the Turning Point Hijacking the Anthropocene by Ian Angus, originally published by Climate and Capitalism  | May 20, 2015 How the anti-green ‘Breakthrough … Continue reading

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Everything is connected

Despite warnings of tipping points and planetary boundaries, the inability of nations to cope with the planet-wide challengesand the potential for ecological changes to propagate into societal crises, the issue has received relatively modest attention among scholars and policy makers.   … Continue reading

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