Monthly Blog Archives: February 2014

Climate change extinction fears aired for WA south coast – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

There are conflicting viewpoints about whether climate change is happening, whether humans are the cause of it etc, but I feel we are missing the point when we focus on these discussions.  Changes ARE happening around us and regardless of the ’cause’ we should simply be looking at all the ways we can minimise damage to the environment. Apportioning blame is non-productive. We need to focus on finding solutions. Here is another story that points […]

Climate change extinction fears aired for WA south coast – ABC News Australian Broadcasting Corporation

There are conflicting viewpoints about whether climate change is happening, whether humans are the cause of it etc, but I feel we are missing the point when we focus on these discussions.  Changes ARE happening around us and regardless of the ’cause’ we should simply be looking at all the ways we can minimise damage to the environment. Apportioning blame is non-productive. We need to focus on finding solutions. Here is another story that points […]

Save the Bees! · A Call to Action from the group ‘Causes’

I do not wish to be an alarmist here, but this information is important enough to bring to your attention. This article provides everyone with an opportunity to take action, no matter how seemingly small, that could have major consequences if enough people get involved. The future of our planet could depend on solving this problem.  The Organic Consumers Association, along with Friends of the Earth, SumofUs.org and other protectors of the environment have called […]

De-extinction: could technology save nature? | OUPblog

Note from Trinity: I found this article to be very interesting. It gives us food for thought about human activity on this planet. I hope you find this as thought-provoking as I did.  This past November, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature declared the western black rhinoceros of Africa, last seen in 2006, officially extinct. It also concluded that most other rhino species are in danger, even “teetering.” Yet at the same time, […]