Surviving the Anthropocene: A story of biological gains as well as losses

A lecture for the Oxford University Centre for Tropical Forests by Professor Chris D Thomas, Department of Biology, University of York, author of Inheritors of the Earth: How Nature Is Thriving in an Age of Extinction. In this lecture, Dr. Thomas will argue that a majority of species are spreading into new areas (at least… Read More Surviving the Anthropocene: A story of biological gains as well as losses

Greenpeace hires “investigative journalists” for slander campaigns

Uh oh! If you work in a corporation that is involved in the fossil fuel industry or are in government, Greenpeace is coming after you. The UK Guardian report they group is hiring former investigative reporters with BBC and The New York Times as part of Greenpeace’s campaigns like climate change, deforestation, fishing, etc. The… Read More Greenpeace hires “investigative journalists” for slander campaigns

Greenpeace Canada encouraging false information attack on Best Buy

The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) has issued a condemnation of Greenpeace Canada accusing the group of using false information as part of an attack on Best Buy for the company’s use of paper from Canada’s Boreal Forest. FONOM has received an email from Greenpeace Canada urging its members to write false reviews on… Read More Greenpeace Canada encouraging false information attack on Best Buy

Deforestation, global warming and blaming humans first

BBC reported that Brazil is experiencing the worst drought in decades and has attributed the drought to the deforestation the Amazon rainforest is experiencing. However, what is curious is that the Brazilian government announced that the rainforest has experienced the lowest level of deforestation in 25 years. Naturally, environmentalists with the World Wide Fund shot… Read More Deforestation, global warming and blaming humans first