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Sat Sep 19, 2020, 10:37 AM

Moving to See and Save Earth and Ourselves

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Reply Moving to See and Save Earth and Ourselves (Original post)
ancianita Sep 19 OP
llashram Sep 19 #1
ancianita Sep 19 #2
llashram Sep 19 #3
ancianita Sep 19 #4
llashram Sep 20 #5
ancianita Sep 20 #6

Response to ancianita (Original post)

Sat Sep 19, 2020, 12:20 PM

1. the beat says it all

I hope the point here is made to those who can't see our planet, because of human mismanagement and exacerbation of the mismanagement by those too blinded by greed, is in danger and an ELE of our own making is slowly building toward irrevocability.

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Response to llashram (Reply #1)

Sat Sep 19, 2020, 12:31 PM

2. It's upbeat



I appreciate your interpretation.


I also think it's about us looking anywhere in the universe beyond personal ego, tribes and borders for anyone who's on Team Humanity to get moving.

I've been reading Lead for the Planet -- 5 Practices for Confronting Climate Change (2020), by Rae André, and trying to grapple.

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Response to ancianita (Reply #2)

Sat Sep 19, 2020, 05:27 PM

3. thanks I will check it out

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Response to llashram (Reply #3)

Sat Sep 19, 2020, 05:37 PM

4. Heh, well, I don't recommend it unless you're a hardcore reader. It's important, but hard and dry.

Just sayin'. Not discouraging you, just saying that reading a review of it first might cost you less and you' still get the main ideas, with less abstraction.

The real show stopper is The Uninhabitable Earth (2019) by David Wallace-Wells. It's worth your time and money, and has the most up-to-date informative on the problems and solutions, imo.

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Response to ancianita (Reply #4)

Sun Sep 20, 2020, 10:56 AM

5. I grew up reading

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from a very early age. I still read a book in hand. I have reading patience. None when it comes to the destroyers of Planet Earth. I will find Wallace-Well's fare...

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Response to llashram (Reply #5)

Sun Sep 20, 2020, 03:02 PM

6. Cool.

Glad for all that.

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