We live in a fragile bubble floating in space, a bubble that birthed us, nurtures us and protects us. Yet modern humans treat this bubble as a resource to plunder, endangering its life-support systems for the sake of greed. To survive, we must respect and protect our sacred Mother.
Only an insane species would destroy its own life-support system. And that is exactly what humans are doing as they rape this beautiful planet for its resources and pump millions of tons of their deadly toxic waste in the the environment. As a consequence, the Earth is dying and its ecosystem will not have long left before it reaches a tipping point when recovery becomes impossible. (Some ecologists believe we are at that point already.) >>>
Geoengineering and the Collapse of Earth / Feb 2014
Dane Wigington presents the facts: Earth is in melt-down as secret government geoengineering programs have backfired, and are now destroying life on earth and causing extreme weather patterns. If you think that all the above is just conspiracy theory, watch this: UN presentation.
Blue Gold: World Water Wars / Jul 2013
Aquifers around the world are running dry as we pump out more than 15x the amount of water that is returned. With forests disappearing, rainwater is not being held in the land and our meat diet is one of the biggest contributors to drought. At this rate we will run out in a few decades.
The BP Oil Spill (June 2010)
BP is a multinational company (44% British-owned, 39% American-owned and 17% rest-of-the-world-owned) responsible for the catastrophic oil spill currently affecting the US Gulf. This is the oil company that has cynically run a PR campaign, in recent years, to make the oil business look positively green — reworking its logo to a green/yellow flower, symbolically investing in clean alternative energy, using the phrase "beyond petroleum" beside its logo, and decorating its petrol stations with eco-bling wind turbines. But the nature of this false PR-derived image has now well and truly been exposed by the recent blow-out in the Gulf, an careless accident responsible for one of the worst oil-spill environmental disasters. And this is on top of $373m fines BP paid in 2007 to the US Department of Justice for environmental crimes and for committing fraud. As the oil runs out, deep well drilling, with its increased risk of high-pressure blow-outs, is going to become the norm. Welcome to the future of oil exploration.