I updated this prior page via Climate Change, Health & Micro-industrialization
The End of the Mass-produced, Industrial Era?
Let me begin by thanking those of you who follow my blog. I started it nine years ago with my late wife, Susan. Back then our focus was birds, particularly those whose populations are in decline. The idea was, and still is, to present attractive photos of the natural environment to remind people of what we are losing. More recently, I’ve expanded my focus with human-made structures so viewers can consider how these might impact our environment.
You will also see a new layout for my blog. Do send me comments about your likes and dislikes so I can consider any changes.
via The End of the Mass-produced, Industrial Era?
Read my, The End of the Mass-produced, Industrial Era? about the interrelationship between the coronavirus pandemic and climate change, first, and then click the link, above. I hope you will forward this link to others. Then view the just released documentary, Endgame 2050, available on Amazon Prime. You can also view it on YouTube. There, everything I and others have discussed about climate change and the time remaining to address this crisis (about 10 years, maybe less) are nicely illustrated. One caution, the film is very disturbing.
It will come as a surprise to many that if we all ate vegan it would not only be good for limiting cruelty to animals, keeping our arteries clear, and reducing our cancer risk; it would also be good for the biosphere. You can find an article discussing the health risks of meat production in the New York Times Magazine.
I look forward to receiving any comments.
You will find additional information reported last evening by The New York Times via COVID-19
COVID-19: Drivers and Implications (Update)
COVID-19: Drivers and Implications
Loggerhead Turtles at Mon Repos, Queensland, Australia
It is not the planet that needs saving, it is us. It is likely our youth, such as Elodie, who will create a more sustainable world. See some of her work at: