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The global economy is losing more money from the disappearance of forests than through the current banking crisis, according to an EU-commissioned study.
It puts the annual cost of forest loss at between $2 trillion and $5 trillion.
Human beings are currently causing the greatest
mass extinction of species since the extinction of
the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. If present trends
continue one half of all species of life on earth will
be extinct in less than 100 years, as a result of
habitat destruction, pollution, invasive species,
and climate change.
Originally posted by Lennonist
Agreed. After Oct. 14th, maybe the intelligent ATS users who are spending all their time looking at anomalies on Google Earth and listening to channelers can start using their time and energies on understanding and spreading the knowledge of all the crises going on instead of hoping for close encounters.
Originally posted by BindareDundat
What type of wakeup call do folks need before they realise the dire mistakes?
Oceans Ten Times More Acidic Than Thought
increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere may make Earth's oceans more acidic faster than previously thought—unbalancing ecosystems in the process, a new study says.