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Andy Adams Apr 21
🌎 Looking for making work focused on , , and the . Send suggestions? (Thank you) RT
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Crave Apr 21
"It could be a full scale catastrophic change." : The Human Epoch, a Crave Original Documentary, is now streaming.
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Desirée 13h
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The Posthumanities Hub 8m
Don't forget to register for our upcoming by sending an email to: the.posthumanities.hub[at]
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T. Elijah Hawkes Apr 21
“...the power to exterminate ourselves; this seems to be the entire sum of our achievement. We have taken this journey and arrived at this place in God’s name.”
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John Stockton 1h
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Mark Maslin 17h
Excellent book - which makes an important and novel intervention to the debate - should be read along side 'The End of Man'
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Ben Pile 22h
Replying to @clim8resistance
When the is complete: Using vast stretches of land to grow crops will seem absurd. No plastic will enter the ocean, because nobody will put it there. There will be vast stretches of land available for 'nature', because it will have little economic value.
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Elisse Roche 18h
A bit of reading in recognition of , reflecting on how we created the : “The conquest of the earth... is not a pretty thing when you look into it...” — Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness
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Jennifer EM 21h
Coyote co-existence policies mean pets are never safe, group of homeowners say —. OK SO STOP DEVELOPING ON THEIR HOMES!! Build up, not out. We don’t all need giant boxed mini mansions!
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Mark Maslin Apr 18
just one issue 7.6 billion humans & growing 3 trillion trees cut down 1000s of species extinct 37% of land used for farming Nitrogen fixation doubled Micro-plastics in all oceans Atm CO2 up 45% Atm CH4 up 150% Global temp. up > 1 Deg C 'Welcome to '
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Back From Midnight 🌏🌲🌿🌱🐠🐾🐄🐖♻️Ⓥ 2h
TV personality and adventurer Alison Teal, dubbed the 'female Indiana Jones', can be seen exploring the coastline of Tulum in Mexico with piles of waste choking the waters and obstructing her path.
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EcoWatch Apr 17
It Will Take 10 Million Years to Recover From This Man-Made Apocalypse
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HerbieHerb Apr 22
Who will save us in this toxic climate only chance is us
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Guy ⛴ Noll Apr 20
Replying to @TheAtlantic @yayitsrob
Make the anti-evolutionists happy and call the beginning of 6000 years ago?
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Come On! report 4h
"It is pretty clear that humankind’s steeply rising consumption rates, especially during the past 50 years, has caused massive changes to the atmosphere and the biosphere." Chapter 1.4 "The "
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Jeff Schramm 24h
It’s the word of the day!
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Alan Waeltermann Apr 20
Humans have more impact on the planet than the Ocean. -
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David Chandler Apr 21
What lies beneath: Robert Macfarlane travels 'Underland' “ unburials”
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Crave Apr 18
"Humans have moved the planet outside its natural limits." : The Human Epoch, a Crave Original Documentary, starts streaming Saturday.
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