Category Archives: Biodiversity

Racing past environmental “tipping points” in 2015

That’s what appears to be happening per latest scientific study. A new scientific paper published this week triggered alarming headlines around the world. But, as always, these alarming stories describing critical emergencies do not include any clarity whatsoever about what must be … Continue reading

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What about the ensuing economic chaos…

If everyone switched to 100% plant-based overnight? After reading my 4th of July post about INDEPENDENCE from our grossly unsustainable lifestyle, a reader writes with this question. Hi Jim, I was talking to a friend about your work and she asked, … Continue reading

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Biodiversity issues — driven by livestock (Sound Bites)

The sixth edition of our Sound Bite Series. Once again, livestock appears to be causing the most damage; from the U.N. Report: The livestock sector may well be the leading player in the reduction of biodiversity. The UN report, Livestock’s Long … Continue reading

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