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  • ALL POSTS – Ecologise
    battle against global warming that raises the chances of a U N climate deal later this year The Group of Seven s energy pledge Continue Reading Sagar Dhara Response to Alan Rusbridger Written by Sagar Dhara Jun 15 2015 0 Comments Pot calling the kettle black will not mitigate global warming eco socialism can Sagar Dhara This article was originally published on Frontierweekly com on 2 June 2015 In a recent interview published in The Hindu Alan Rusbridger the former editor in chief of the Guardian expressed the fear that India is going to burn a vast amount of dirty coal in very inefficient ways and Continue Reading A People s Report on Climate Change in Karnataka Written by Shankar Sharma Jun 14 2015 0 Comments Shankar Sharma On World Environment Day Karnataka s chief minister Siddharamaiah released a people s report on the action plan needed to mitigate and adapt to Climate Change issues in the state of Karnataka This report was prepared because of the efforts of Karnataka State Pollution Control Board The report is termed as people s report because it is based Continue Reading Peak Oil from the Demand Side A Prophetic New Model Written by Contributor Jun 13 2015 0 Comments Avery Morrow Peak Oil Barrel The most attention grabbing attempts to predict oil futures have come from geologists and environmental activists who tend to look solely at production An overlooked doctoral thesis by Christophe McGlade Uncertainties in the outlook for oil and gas in contrast focuses on how both supply and demand might be constrained in the coming Continue Reading News update Written by Ecologise Jun 9 2015 0 Comments G7 End of fossil fuel era BBC News The G7 has called for a transformation of electricity generation towards renewables and nuclear by 2050 And they said fossil fuel should not be burned in any sector of the economy by the end of the century Their targets are not binding but they send a clear message Continue Reading Prayas looking for Energy Policy Researchers at Pune Written by Contributor Jun 5 2015 0 Comments Prayas Energy Group Prayas Energy Group or PEG is a leading energy policy research and advocacy organization based in Pune known for its analysis based policy advocacy Based on a rigorous analytical approach backed by policy and institutional innovation PEG actively intervenes in regulatory and policy spheres in the energy sector with the objective of promoting public interest Continue Reading The IMF s shocking estimate of fossil fuel costs There s more to the story Written by Sajai Jose Jun 4 2015 0 Comments Sajai Jose Credit CGP Grey Flickr CC BY 2 0 Recently when an International Monetary Fund research paper revealed that the actual cost of fossil fuel usage for 2015 was a staggering US 5 3 trillion approx 340 lakh crore rupees it made headlines worldwide though it went largely unreported in India What accounts for the bulk of this figure are the hidden Continue Reading News

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  • Alternatives – Ecologise
    four well known voices Yogendra Yadav Jean Dreze Sunita Narain and the late Anil Agarwal on India s perennial drought problem its causes and possible solutions Continue Reading Video Disobedience The rise of the global fossil fuel resistance Written by Contributor Apr 27 2016 0 Comments Disobedience is the story of the struggle to save the world Disobedience tells the David vs Goliath tales of front line leaders around the world risking life and limb in the fight for a liveable climate Interwoven with this riveting verite footage are the most renowned voices in the global conversation around social movements and climate justice Continue Reading Bookshelf 150 Strong A Pathway to a Different Future Written by Contributor Apr 25 2016 0 Comments Rob O Grady explains why none of the existing large scale systems be they capitalist or communist would work For a community to function well it must resolve conflicts as they arise It can only operate if we personally know every other person This limits the maximum size of the community to Dunbar s Number around 150 individuals Continue Reading Seven projects around the world that protect soil Written by Contributor Apr 15 2016 0 Comments Rocco Pallin writes Thirty three percent of soil worldwide is degraded and 50 000 square kilometers of soil are lost each year Soil is not a renewable resource and isn t recoverable within a human lifespan but sustainable practices could increase the world s food production by 58 percent Here are seven projects helping to restore the world s soil Continue Reading Special Ringing Cedars and the new silent revolution in Russia Written by Ecologise Apr 10 2016 0 Comments The Ringing Cedars of Russia series of books have sold over ten million copies in Russia and has inspired a massive movement in earth consciousness there Its part of a new silent revolution in Russia where more and more people are leaving the cities to live closer to nature Interestingly the Russian government actively supports it Continue Reading Video Cowism How an engineer is transforming Indian agriculture Written by Contributor Apr 9 2016 0 Comments Chetan Raut founder of the intriguingly named startup Cowism aims to empower distressed Maharashtra farmers to become self reliant and financially independent by integrating commercially useful assets like native cattle into farming practices to improve soil fertility lower input costs and raise profits Invariably the solutions to our problems lie right under our noses says Chetan Continue Reading Ideas For Going Forward A manifesto for a world in crisis Written by Contributor Apr 8 2016 0 Comments Some Possible Ideas For Going Forward is a manifesto for global change signed by leading activists academics and intellectuals including Noam Chomsky to help inspire more conversations within groups and movements that over time come to a synthesis We believe only program that is fully understood and owned by grassroots participants can win lasting change Continue Reading A Green Development Manifesto for Kerala Written by Contributor Apr 7 2016 0

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  • Bookshelf – Ecologise
    wastes up to a third of it What it also produces is environmental disaster ill health in humans and stressful and unhealthy animals Continue Reading Bookshelf The Politics of Nature by Bruno Latour Written by Contributor Apr 19 2016 0 Comments Kurt Cobb writes Latour understands that the natural world which politics has always held at arm s length while nevertheless dealing daily with nature s demands must now explicitly invite that natural world to the bargaining table This is not about being a nature lover who only cares about animals and plants but not about humans Continue Reading Neoliberalism the ideology at the root of all our problems Written by Contributor Apr 18 2016 0 Comments George Monbiot writes So pervasive has neoliberalism become that we seldom recognise it as an ideology We accept the proposition that this utopian millenarian faith describes a neutral force a biological law like Darwin s theory of evolution But the philosophy arose as a conscious attempt to reshape human life and shift the locus of power Continue Reading Bookshelf Shattering Food politics and the loss of genetic diversity Written by Contributor Apr 17 2016 0 Comments Billy Brack writes Shattering Food Politics and the Loss of Genetic Diversity by Fowler and Mooney is one of the important books of our times explaining how agribusiness is putting the world at risk by limiting the world s food crops to a few genetic strains Quite literally we are putting our eggs in one basket Continue Reading Cars Capitalism and India Written by Contributor Apr 12 2016 0 Comments Vidhyadhar Date writes A developed country is not one where the poor drive cars but one where the rich use public transport Building more roads to reduce congestion is like trying to put out a fire with petrol India has failed to learn from developed countries mistakes and is on a disastrous path of motorization Continue Reading Special Ringing Cedars and the new silent revolution in Russia Written by Ecologise Apr 10 2016 0 Comments The Ringing Cedars of Russia series of books have sold over ten million copies in Russia and has inspired a massive movement in earth consciousness there Its part of a new silent revolution in Russia where more and more people are leaving the cities to live closer to nature Interestingly the Russian government actively supports it Continue Reading Bookshelf Capitalism and Climate Change The Science and Politics of Global Warming Written by Contributor Apr 3 2016 0 Comments The climate crisis is the greatest threat humanity has ever faced which threatens not only global civilization but the very survival of our species and many others This book gives a lucid explanation of the science of climate change and illuminates the role of capitalism in creating and perpetuating the climate crisis and related dangers Continue Reading Book Video Thanatia The destiny of the Earth s mineral resources Written by Contributor Mar 24 2016 0 Comments Is Gaia becoming Thanatia a resource exhausted planet

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  • CLIMATE CHANGE – Ecologise
    voices Yogendra Yadav Jean Dreze Sunita Narain and the late Anil Agarwal on India s perennial drought problem its causes and possible solutions Continue Reading Drought Digest Dry planet In every continent flashing red Written by Contributor Apr 27 2016 0 Comments The Indian Express reports The Global Integrated Drought Monitoring and Prediction System GIDMaPS map shows large patches of dry areas in every continent indicating droughts of varying severity The GIDMaPS is a drought monitoring and prediction system that provides near real time drought information based on multiple drought indicators and input data sets mostly from NASA Continue Reading Video Disobedience The rise of the global fossil fuel resistance Written by Contributor Apr 27 2016 0 Comments Disobedience is the story of the struggle to save the world Disobedience tells the David vs Goliath tales of front line leaders around the world risking life and limb in the fight for a liveable climate Interwoven with this riveting verite footage are the most renowned voices in the global conversation around social movements and climate justice Continue Reading Study Climate change takes from the poor gives to the rich Written by Contributor Apr 17 2016 0 Comments A new study finds that climate change is triggering a massive reallocation of resources to the world s wealthiest countries Fish and other important resources are moving toward the Earth s poles as the climate warms and wealth is moving with them according to a new paper by scientists at Rutgers Princeton Yale and Arizona State universities Continue Reading The gathering storm of climate migration Written by Contributor Apr 16 2016 0 Comments Michael Igo writes Since 2008 22 5 million people have been forced from their homes due to floods and hurricanes twice as many as the record 11 million displaced by conflict in 2014 As global temperatures creep higher and storms droughts floods and heat waves grow more severe we face a future of mass climate related migration Continue Reading Cowspiracy The film that environmental organisations don t want you to see Written by Contributor Apr 15 2016 1 Comment Cowspiracy The Sustainability Secret is a groundbreaking feature length environmental documentary produced and directed by Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn It follows the intrepid filmmakers as they uncover the real impact of the livestock industry The film investigates why the world s leading environmental organizations including Greenpeace and Rainforest Action Network are afraid to talk about it Continue Reading Special A view from the Left Capitalism climate change and the environment Written by Ecologise Apr 12 2016 0 Comments From the point of view of greens the Left in general and Marxism in particular is often seen as being myopic about the looming environmental crisis Here we present a selection of articles and essays by leading writers from the Left who are among the most interesting and constructive voices to engage with the issue Continue Reading Video Bhutanese PM Tshering Tobgay on growth happiness and carbon emissions Written by Contributor Apr 11

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  • Consumption – Ecologise
    quantities of food yet wastes up to a third of it What it also produces is environmental disaster ill health in humans and stressful and unhealthy animals Continue Reading Our economic growth system is reaching limits in a strange way Written by Contributor Apr 13 2016 0 Comments Gail Tverberg writes We are experiencing a world economy that seems to be reaching limits but the symptoms are not what peak oil groups warned about Instead of high prices and lack of supply we are facing indirect problems brought on by our high consumption of energy products I have called it a double pump problem Continue Reading Cars Capitalism and India Written by Contributor Apr 12 2016 0 Comments Vidhyadhar Date writes A developed country is not one where the poor drive cars but one where the rich use public transport Building more roads to reduce congestion is like trying to put out a fire with petrol India has failed to learn from developed countries mistakes and is on a disastrous path of motorization Continue Reading Economic growth How it works how it fails why wealth disparity occurs Written by Contributor Apr 1 2016 0 Comments Gail Tverberg writes Economists have put together models of how an economy works but these models were developed years ago when the world economy was far from limits These models may have been reasonably adequate when they were developed but there is increasing evidence that they don t work in an economy that is reaching limits Continue Reading Book Video Thanatia The destiny of the Earth s mineral resources Written by Contributor Mar 24 2016 0 Comments Is Gaia becoming Thanatia a resource exhausted planet For how long can our high tech society be sustained in the light of declining mineral ore grades heavy dependence on un recycled critical metals and accelerated material dispersion Thanatia presents a cradle to cradle view of Earth s abiotic resources through a novel approach based on the Second Law of Thermodynamics Continue Reading The Paris Climate Talks A Nepali View Written by Contributor Mar 20 2016 0 Comments Shail Shrestha writes at Local Futures Technology transfer from the North to South has long been regarded as the path to a better life in less developed regions of the world But even the best and the most sustainable technology proposed in Paris would make Nepal less sustainable than it is today leading us in the wrong direction Continue Reading CRISPR is coming with big implications for food farmers consumers and nature Written by Contributor Mar 13 2016 0 Comments Maywa Montenegro reports Very few technologies merit the epithet game changer but a new genetic engineering tool known as CRISPR Cas9 is one of them Since we first developed the ability to alter genetic material efforts to do so have required months or even years of molecular tinkering With CRISPR precision and speed have soared Continue Reading India s high growth rate and the price of food Written by Contributor Feb

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  • Culture & Communication – Ecologise
    to exist without the others All are part of the same unholy matrix Continue Reading Atulya Bingham Where did environmentalism go wrong Written by Contributor Mar 29 2016 0 Comments Atulkya Bingham author of Mudball writes With an unwavering fascination in the end of the world environmentalism has attempted to scare humanity into acting and we are now seeing just how spectacularly these scare tactics have failed Not that the scare isn t based on solid foundations it s more that apparently scared people are not particularly effective at mobilising Continue Reading When communalists turns on environmentalists Written by Contributor Mar 28 2016 1 Comment Wildlife conservationist Neha Sinha writes In the past environmentalists have often been blamed as obstructionist and anti development Legal environmental clearance processes have been described as green terrorism because questions of sustainable development and conservation do not always go hand in hand with polluting industrial expansion But many environmentalists feel being called anti cultural and anti Hindu is something new Continue Reading The decisions we make about climate change today will reverberate for millennia Written by Contributor Mar 27 2016 0 Comments David Roberts writes The great irony of climate change is that it s so big we can barely care about it We re in a brief window of time when it is still possible to blunt the worst effects of climate change So let s try an imaginative exercise connecting long term climate consequences to our current political moment Continue Reading The dangers of separating science and environment Written by Contributor Mar 25 2016 0 Comments Manu Saunders writes What will be the consequences if the perceived connection between scientific endeavor and the natural world continues to weaken Presenting nature study as a pleasant but scientifically irrelevant hobby may have beneficial effects on our health and well being but it ll damage our understanding of environmental issues and therefore our understanding of science Continue Reading Can environmentalism learn from religion Written by Contributor Mar 18 2016 0 Comments Kurt Cobb writes While it might seem tempting to downplay the nexus between religion and environmentalism in order to bolster environmentalism s scientific underpinnings I think this would be a serious mistake The effectiveness of religious rhetoric suggests that environmentalists ought not to discard it but rather figure out how to harness it even more effectively Continue Reading The Revolution is Love A missive from Charles Eisenstein Written by Contributor Mar 14 2016 0 Comments This is why so many seasoned activists succumb to despair after decades of struggle Do you think we can beat the military industrial financial agricultural pharmaceutical NGO educational political complex at its own game But the modern environmental movement and most especially the climate change movement has attempted just that risking defeat but also often worsening the situation even in its victories Continue Reading Announcing Ecologise Camp 4 near Thally Tamil Nadu Written by Ecologise Feb 16 2016 0 Comments Dates April 16 17 2016 Venue A Small Three Acre

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  • DEVELOPMENT – Ecologise
    path of motorization Continue Reading Video Bhutanese PM Tshering Tobgay on growth happiness and carbon emissions Written by Contributor Apr 11 2016 0 Comments Deep in the Himalayas on the border between China and India lies the Kingdom of Bhutan which has pledged to remain carbon neutral for all time In this illuminating talk by TED Bhutan s Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay shares his country s mission to put happiness before economic growth and set a world standard for environmental preservation Continue Reading An infrastructure tsunami is being unleashed on the environment in the name of development Written by Contributor Apr 9 2016 0 Comments Bill Laurance writes Some 25 million km of new paved roads thousands of dams and hundreds of thousands of new mining oil and gas projects are being planned roughly 90 of them in developing nations Their environmental impacts could easily dwarf climate change as thousands of projects penetrate into the world s last surviving wild areas Continue Reading A Green Development Manifesto for Kerala Written by Contributor Apr 7 2016 0 Comments This first of its kind Green Development Agenda for Kerala was collectively drafted by green collective Paristhithi Aikya Vedhi and has been submitted to the leaders of the main political parties in the fray for the upcoming Assembly Elections in May It was released on 30th March by Dr V S Vijayan Member Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel Continue Reading Video Rice Bowl to Ashtray Documentary on industrialisation and displacement in Chhattisgarh Written by Contributor Mar 22 2016 0 Comments Since its formation Chhattisgarh has become the new destination of domestic and foreign investment Sunil Kumar s award winning documentary Daan Se Raakh Rice Bowl to Ashtray captures displacement and industrialization in Chhattisgarh It critically investigates the impact of unbridled industrialization privatization of water and acquisition of agricultural land on the life and livelihoods of the rural population Continue Reading Bookshelf Failed What the experts got wrong about the global economy Written by Contributor Mar 21 2016 0 Comments Author Mark Weisbrot says Behind almost every prolonged economic malfeasance there is some combination of outworn bad ideas incompetence and the malign influence of powerful special interests Unfortunately such nightmares are repeated in other places because even if the lessons are learned they are not taken to heart by the people who call the shots Continue Reading Farmer suicides What do we know What does it mean Written by Contributor Mar 21 2016 0 Comments As output is rising at a slower rate since 1990 profitability of farmers is getting adversely affected for they are not being able to produce at as fast a rate as they had been doing before Note decline in public investment is a conscious government decision There are also other policy changes which aggravated this Continue Reading The Paris Climate Talks A Nepali View Written by Contributor Mar 20 2016 0 Comments Shail Shrestha writes at Local Futures Technology transfer from the North to South has long been regarded

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