Scientists warn policymakers not to ignore links, and stress that ‘every action counts’
Policymakers have severely underestimated the risks of ecological tipping points, according to a study that shows 45% of all potential environmental collapses are interrelated and could amplify one another.
ROBERT STEELE: This awareness is not new, it is just not being repressed now. Changes to the Earth that used to take 10,000 years now take three years or less. We have known this for over a decade. What is changing is the gradual liberation of knowledge from the Cabal that seeks to repress all science as well as news that interferes with profits for the 1%. “True Cost Economics,” broader than the Ecological Economics pioneered by my colleague Herman Daly, is neither taught nor welcomed by any government or any corporation or any university or any intelligence community, anywhere. Ecuador, the one country where such ideas might flourish, has decided not to pay for adequate Internet access for its best intelligence analysts, so there is no prospect for leadership there.