Throbgoblins: On the Rebound


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Researchers suggest that our self indulgence might cancel out our cleverness, as we consume more of what we save in a "rebound effect".  Which is, apparently, a variant of the Jevons paradox (thanks to Marc Hudson).  What price water and food when there's no water and food?

Elsewhere, Russia reserves the right to wage its own wars for oil; the planet becomes increasingly unbalanced; marine wildernesses go the way of all fish.  Some fine urban pollution materials here, at Urban Emissions.info.

I haven't been through this, but it looks very interesting - Recalibrating the Law of Humans with the Laws of Nature: Climate Change, Human Rights, and Intergenerational Justice.

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At last, a climate related link to the dismal tale of graft that has engulfed the two-faced pocket-liners that we entrust with our collective well being. Apparently they're a sorry shower of bent bastards. Imagine my surprise.  Oh - did I mention incompetent?

The circle is broken, etc...

From John Hart's B.C. - There's a lot more (metaphorical) truth in this than any of us would care to admit.

Other cool stuff on Celsias:

How Economic Meltdown and Climate Change are Hitting Asia
Dealing with Climate Trauma and Global Warming Burnout

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