Environmental problems defy solution

For the first time, scientists have mapped the complete marine wilderness around the world – and it’s really not looking good. Just 13 percent of the world’s oceans remain untouched by the negative impacts of human activity, such as industrial fishing, chemical and plastic pollution, and vast international shipping trade routes. This small portion, around 55…

via Just 13 Percent Of The World’s Oceans Aren’t Being Screwed By Humans — AMA Fresh News

Water scarcity

Source – globalresearch.ca – “…Since the 99% in debt to the hilt have been squeezed dry, while the 1% have made this planet nearly unlivable as the only ones filthily richly profiting from their plundering this earth, the transnationals are the sole entities with the financial capital and means to clean up the very mess […]

via CORPRO-FASCISM: Privatization of Water as an Owned Commodity Rather Than a Universal Human Right – By Joachim Hagopian (Archive) — RIELPOLITIK

Husband the earths’ resources, you don’t own it

For millennia, humans have harnessed rivers, built dams, and dug wells to quench our growing civilization. Now, for the first time, we have a picture of what all those generations have wrought on our blue planet’s most defining resource. Newly analyzed data from groundwater-detecting satellites “reveals a clear human fingerprint on the global water cycle,”…

via We can now see how humans have altered Earth’s water resources — Grist