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Roger Baker : Converging Global Crises and Why We Deny Them / 2

An unraveling earth. Graphic from Sound of Cannons.Converging global crisesand why we deny them  / 2 If the total human impact on nature is approaching a natural limit, we face difficult choices. By Roger Baker | The Rag Blog | … finish reading Roger Baker : Converging Global Crises and Why We Deny Them / 2

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Roger Baker : Converging Global Crises and Why We Deny Them

Cartoon from Belonging Las Vegas. Converging global crisesand why we deny them It is the system itself that is unsustainable, but the public tends to interpret the problem as being a function of bad leadership. By Roger Baker | The … finish reading Roger Baker : Converging Global Crises and Why We Deny Them

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Ellen LaConte : Garden As If Your Life Depended on It

Digging in for the future. Image from Civil Eats.Because it will:Garden as if your life depended on it By Ellen LaConte / The Rag Blog / March 31, 2011 Spring has sprung — at least south of the northern tier … finish reading Ellen LaConte : Garden As If Your Life Depended on It

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Roger Baker : ‘Peak Food’ Next Global Crisis?

Image from Care2.The next global crisis:Will ‘peak food’ follow ‘peak oil’? By Roger Baker / The Rag Blog / September 23, 2010 Will we soon experience a global peak in food production, similar to peak oil? It is too difficult … finish reading Roger Baker : ‘Peak Food’ Next Global Crisis?

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