As you already know, things are unraveling. The narratives of the past are being revealed as false and fraudulent — even harmful.
For example, the fallacy of pursuing “ever more” growth. Growth up to a point is beneficial, but it turns self-destructive when it exceeds what available resources can sustain.
As it is practiced, economic growth as pursued around the world today is now destructive. If we continue on our current trajectory, it will become fatal.
It already has for an increasing scope of the natural world. Beauty is being ruined. The complex web of life is being shredded. Species loss is accelerating.
This kind of damage is essentially permanent.
Right now insect ecologists the world over are utterly horrified by the declines in insect populations. “Crashing” is not too strong of a term.
It’s almost as if the Rapture happened; but instead of humans, it’s the insects who were taken.
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A healthy, prudent response by a healthy, prudent culture would be to immediately ban any insecticides suspected of contirbuting to the problem. And to swiftly deploy a serious scientific resources into studying the issue.
Nothing of the sort is happening in the US yet. Few other countries are, either; with the exception of France. This is really positive news:.
France Is The First Country To Ban All Five Bee-Killing Pesticides
Nov 21, 2018
With bees on the endangered list and the terrible consequences that will come to pass if they become extinct, France has taken a drastic step in an attempt to save the population of pollinating insects.
As reported by Organic Consumers, the European nation has decided…