Why We Need to Vote in New Leaders to Tackle Climate Change; Leaders Who Do Not Ascribe to Any Current Political Ideology

We need new leadership. Immediately, and everywhere where there is a semblance of democracy on the planet. We need a new kind of political party, one that is not bound by any current type of party politics; not left, not right, not centrist, not theological, not anything to the extreme ends of those creeds, and nothing resembling any of the countless political shades in between them. We need, in short, an intellectual and political earthquake. Continue reading “Why We Need to Vote in New Leaders to Tackle Climate Change; Leaders Who Do Not Ascribe to Any Current Political Ideology”

Human Demand for Unsustainable Food and Superstitious Medicine Must End to Stop Biodiversity Loss – Why We Need to Start Thinking Radically Differently

What does this image mean to you?

What about this one?

Or this one?

What those images should do is explain plainly the impact humans are having the biodiversity of life on the planet. As a consequence of our own expanding populations, improved harvesting technology, growing economies, and a continuous expansion of infrastructure – such as that seen in Western Europe and the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (ref), and the illegal wildlife trade (the fourth biggest illegal trade in the world) – we are fast heading for a calamity that is as bad as climate change – massive and unsustainable biodiversity loss. Continue reading “Human Demand for Unsustainable Food and Superstitious Medicine Must End to Stop Biodiversity Loss – Why We Need to Start Thinking Radically Differently”