Ecological collapse and extinction

Legal recognition of the human right to a healthy environment in Australia: useful, redundant, or dangerous?

In a recent PhD thesis [link to https://eprints.utas.edu.au/23438/], Meg Good explores whether legal recognition of the human right to a healthy environment would be a useful tool for environmental protection in Australia.

Solving humanity's greatest risks

Address to Royal Society for the Arts Online Conference on Human Survival, by Julian Cribb

How destroying the environment leads to war.

The degradation of the environment can cause conflict and a reduction in security; or conflict can destroy the resources and services provided by the environment, which also compromises security.

75% of Earth's land area 'degraded'

Climate change is 'suffocating the oceans'

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