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Nature_and_Environment.114

It's later than you think

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{Nature_and_Environment.114.25}: Jay Hoffman {resist} Wed, 26 Feb 2020 00:27:46 CST (39 lines)

>So, what do you think humanity should do now to save our climate?<

Collectively humans are dependent upon economic, political and social
institutions that are in the process of consuming all available
resources and energy that provided niches wherein the eco-diversity of
life could formerly flourish. In the process we are heating up and
poisoning the ecosystems we live inside of. This is all done for the
immediate benefit (progress) of the system we live in. This system is
now reaching its terminal end with the annihilation of the planet.

As the annihilation proceeds the entire array of human institutions
has and will become more aggressively destructive in the attempt to
maintain privilege as usual.

Sane and cool minds will be brushed aside in the struggle to maintain
lifestyles that will now vanish.

Humanity has a tendency to embrace and follow psychopathic leaders in
times of trouble.

So what humanity might do to lessen the catastrophic impact of
ecosystem destruction/climate change and what it is likely and now
doing is worlds apart.

Individual and collective groups will be in competition to grab as
much as they can to maintain life/advantage when ecosystems providing
the basis for life collapse.

In the decade before dissolution individuals can help others
understand then problem.

By the force of the likely ecological collapse the human population
will decimate as will most of life.

We can stop the most heinous annihilation only by collective awareness
and the complete overhaul of institutions: (regenerative agriculture,
socialist sharing of meager resources, worldwide social bonding to the
health of ecosystems and to the health of the ecodiveristy lifeform we
live inside of).

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