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The Living Mountain: Arne Naess 1912-2009 by Chuck Baclagon
March 1, 2009, 7:06 am
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Arne Naess at the opening of the Greenpeace office in Oslo, 1988 (c) Henrik Laurvik NTB/Scanpix - used under licence

Arne Naess at the opening of the Greenpeace office in Oslo, 1988 (c) Henrik Laurvik NTB/Scanpix - used under licence

Those who love wild nature and work toward a day when humankind might inhabit this abundant planet with greater wonder, humility, and compassion, mourn the loss of a great ecological visionary – Arne Naess – who died on January 12, leaving behind a legacy of environmental awareness and action.

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Deeper Solutions by Chuck Baclagon

Going Deeper

Since the late Pleistocene, 100,000 years ago, when a few thousand Homo sapiens poked around Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean, human population has doubled 22 times. We have one more such doubling left, and that’s it. Human population will likely level off at 10 to 14 billion sometime around 2100, exceeding the Earth’s carrying capacity. Mass human starvations are already underway in degraded environments.

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