Is it possible to genuinely acknowledge or effectively disentangle the diverse patterns and consequences of environmental disruption without also simultaneously addressing the core epistemological shortcomings of human cognition, of human nature ? Continue reading Solving the Problem of Environmental Degradation requires us to Solve Ourselves
A core human psychological trait of small-scale tribal herding may work against the kind of global organisational unity and cooperation required to cultivate substantive industrial and economic change in the limited time still available to us. Continue reading On Tribal Narratives and Environmental Catastrophe
It is staggering (and blissfully unacknowledged) the extent to which this world of ours and all of its many anthropomorphic catastrophes are all quite simply occurring within and emanating from these brains between our ears. Continue reading A Self-Extinguishing Flame
Some dawning realities are so vast that we do not even have words, let alone cognitive methods, to characterise or represent them. Climate Change is one of these realities. Continue reading Catastrophy Beyond Imagination
This is how it starts: the heatwaves, the droughts, the fires, the extreme weather… Continue reading Climate Change: Time is Running Out
Humanity requires a singular, unifying goal… Continue reading Humanity: Havoc or Hope ?
The overall underwhelming response to climate change across the globe embodies two streams of behaviour. There exists a resonance between them but they are still relatively distinct categories. The political expediency required to cater for, or survive in, short-term democratic … Continue reading Climate Metamorphosis: Failure of Imagination