Causes Without Borders

  • Two new books and an exhibition ask how we can live in the Anthropocene without going crazy. Humans are in trouble. We are running out of resources. We are running out of fresh water. We are even running out of sand. ...

    Irrational ideas on economic growth, no water, vanishing islands. Two new books and an exhibition ask how we can live in the Anthropocene without going

    Irrational ideas on economic growth, no water, vanishing islands. Two new books and an exhibition ask how we can live in the Anthropocene without going

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  • “The water the small, shelled creatures are living in is actually corrosive.” ...

    “Some people call it the elephant in the room. I like to call it the blue whale in the pool,” scientist Brian Kingzett told a room of naturalists this week. He was talking about the dramatic rise in ocean acidity along the B.C. coast.

    “Some people call it the elephant in the room. I like to call it the blue whale in the pool,” scientist Brian Kingzett told a room of naturalists this week. He was talking about the dramatic rise in ocean acidity along the B.C. coast.

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  • ''He blames #DISPERSANT dispersant for the oysters and the vanished fish.
    “It destroyed our bottom,” he says. “It’s killed the whole bottom of the bay.”

    A Southern Town Struggles to Survive Four Years After the Deepwater Horizon Di...

    Bayou La Batre, Alabama's seafood capital, remains battered by the United States' worst oil spill.

    Bayou La Batre, Alabama's seafood capital, remains battered by the United States' worst oil spill.

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  • James West on a new study showing how climate change could increase violence around the world:

    "Recently, the Pentagon released a disturbing report. Climate change, it warned, will exacerbate problems like terrorism and disease outb...

    A new report ranks the countries most vulnerable to climate conflicts and food insecurity.

    A new report ranks the countries most vulnerable to climate conflicts and food insecurity.

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  • An alarming satellite-based analysis from NASA finds that the world is depleting groundwater — the water stored unground in soil and aquifers — at an unprecedented rate.

    We are rapidly depleting many of the world's most important aquifers. NASA reports, "Nearly all of these underlie the word’s great agricultural regions and are primarily responsible for their high productivity." Further declines threaten both our foo...

    We are rapidly depleting many of the world's most important aquifers. NASA reports, "Nearly all of these underlie the word’s great agricultural regions and are primarily responsible for their high productivity." Further declines threaten both our foo...

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  • Forget Kale. Try These Three REAL Superfoods ...

    They can purify water, feed a family of four for 50 years, and help combat climate change — and you've probably never heard of them

    They can purify water, feed a family of four for 50 years, and help combat climate change — and you've probably never heard of them

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  • "This collection of books, online resources, trainings and courses was assembled by members and allies of the Thriving Resilient Communities Collaboratory (TRCC), who share a vision of a world that is sustainable, just, compassionate, and health...

    A Collection of Resources for You & Your Neighbors to Create a Saner, Healthier Future Together

    A Collection of Resources for You & Your Neighbors to Create a Saner, Healthier Future Together

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