Thursday, January 19, 2023

Something to Think About . . .

Related Off-site Links:
Why the Possibility of Thousands of Species Going Extinct Is AlarmingGulf Times (January 9, 2023).
Stopping the Sixth Extinction – Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan (Democracy Now! via Common Dreams, December 24, 2022).
Extinction Crisis Puts 1 Million Species on the Brink – Katy Daigle and Julia Janicki (Reuters, December 23, 2022).
COP15: Nations Reach Landmark Deal to Protect Earth’s BiodiversityDemocracy Now! (December 19, 2022).
A “Weak” Global Biodiversity Pact Approved at COP15 Despite Objections of African Nations – Jon Queally (Common Dreams, December 19, 2022).
The Extinction Crisis – Laura Ferguson (Tufts, May 21, 2019).
Accelerated Modern Human–Induced Species Losses: Entering the Sixth Mass Extinction – Gerardo Ceballos, et al (Science, June 19, 2015).
Jared Diamond on the Downfall of Civilizations – and His Optimism for OursFreakonomics (December 10, 2021).
Cartoons That Provoke Environmental and Ethical Sensitivity – Rahul Somvanshi (Karmactive, January 24, 2022).

See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
Declaration of Interdependence
George Monbiot: Quote of the Day – July 21, 2012
Greta Thunberg: Quote of the Day – September 23, 2019
Biophilia, the God Pan, and a Baboon Named Scott
Examining the Link Between Destruction of Biodiversity and Emerging Infectious Diseases
Something to Think About – February 10, 2020
As the World Burns, Calls for a “Green New Deal”

Image: Stefan Haller (aka Schlorian).

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