Monday, June 11, 2012

"anthropogenic fingerprint"

Practicing Nessun Dorma for Princeton Has Talent
A new study was published in Nature Climate Change finds  "anthropogenic fingerprint" (human influence) on our warming oceans. This is in line with my argument of Global Destruction most certainly human influenced, see my previous post December 14, 2011.
I'd like to start a dialog about climate change, global destruction and the role of large multi national corporations as well as cultural and political factors contributing to the rapid decline of planet earth. Please join the discussion and air you views on these issues?  

1 comment:

  1. An example of cultural habitat destruction is the demise of the Philippine Eagle, National bird of the Philippines, the largest and most endangered raptor in the world. The problem its forested habitat is being destroyed by ever encroaching slash and burn farming. Although the area around Mount Kitanglad on Mindanao is a National Park, its forest destruction continues with no restriction by the Philippine government. Some dedicated environmentalist are trying to preserve what's left, in reality, it does not look good for the Philippine Eagle.