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Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship 0. Davide Garetto, Nicola Zonta – Shem s: Raja Bensaoud – Target: Abdelaziz Belhouji – SP: Pedro Vega Marcote – Target: Of about 25 million planetary species, all are Earthlings.
Michele Baron Ending Catastrophobia: Pointing our dependence on nature Valdir Lamim-Guedes. Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship Naturaleza y el arte del buen vivir. TTraditional ecological knowledge in changing and uncertain conditions: Emanciper par l Education environnementale. Critiquer les productions comme les films et les manuels scolaires. La crisis ambiental como proceso.
Bajo esta mirada el movimiento del universo responde a leyes naturales externas. Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship conceptos se derrumba frente a la multiplicidad de definiciones divergentes. La crisis ambiental es la crisis de nuestro tiempo Por eso, la crisis ambiental es sobre todo un problema de conocimiento.
Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship Agoglia, O. Estratsgica de Publicaciones ULA. Idea de la naturaleza. Instead of enduring the flight of doctors, intellectual and corporate talent, creativity, and culture to cities or even other nations, globally-linked trails and communities can enable even remote local citizenry to offer highly trained specialists in medicine, education, technologies, industry, arts, culinary arts, services, etc.
Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship quality resources, including energy, internet, peripheral services and supplies needed for excellent care and standards of living. Wheeled transit vehicles bicycles, strollers, pedestrian-roll-sticks, rollerblades, etc.
Trail-zone grey-water and hydro-management programs could also be utilized, to increase water security. In Morocco, as everywhere, there are microcosms of environment, culture, economy– and multiple issues directly impacting the survival, stability and sustainability of the kingdom s citizens. Local, migrant, tourist and other Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship Social constructs, service and interdependence, and serendipitous beneficiaries Of comuncacion 25 million planetary species, all are Earthlings.
Michele Baron Our lives and livelihoods are interwoven with the ecosystems of the planet we share.
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The security of our lives: Everywhere, one sees life striving, driven by nature to survive. Of 25 million species, or more, living on this planet, all can be named, and interrelated, as Earthlings.
One of these species, only one, is human capable of remembering and recording history, capable of choice and change and yet we stand at a cross-roads of our own creating. Can we, together, develop the good governance and sense of individual responsibility and empowerment to ensure the security of our own, and those myriad other lives, those millions of other species, and of those voiceless and underserved among our human brethren, who struggle for access to food, water, to light, and space for life?
In an interconnected, interdependent world, the mismatching of needs, opportunities, competition and accountability is undermining the perceived value of education, of labor markets wcheinsohn cannot absorb the vast pools of skilled and unskilled labor, of social infrastructures which cannot maximize the multifaceted resources of human capital, strength and creativity. Poor outcomes which commence with access-based discrimination, geographic exclusion-bycircumstance, or disparities in food, water, energy, or habitat security become progressively imbalanced, diminishing comunicxcion and even viability across classes, and across earth-species and eco-systems.
Clear schejnsohn of recompense-for-effort are reinforced by media and crowd influences, yet esstrategica, durable opportunities for educational, economic, environmental, energy and ethical universal freedoms and rights security are ever increasingly threatened. At a time crucial to the development of human responsibility and investment in a sustainable, interdependent world, poverty of outcomes is impoverishing, endangering the future of our species, and perhaps of all species, on this planet.
The concept of serendipitous beneficiaries, of responsible development which considers the interconnectedness of humankind, of other earth species, of limited-finite resources, global-renewable resources, and potential for sustainability, is crucial to the greening of markets, services, human occupations, and inter-species survival today. The challenge to progress towards sustainability requires the creation of green corporations; green recreation and tourism; secure-and-renewable energy; improved land and waste management; improved security of food and water; elder-and-other inclusion opportunities; educational, vocational, and rehabilitation programswhich can all be combined in integrated approaches to preserve resources and ensure better lives for all sharing this Earth.
Three simple projects, scalable locally, but adaptable globally, could combine to produce integrated opportunities to build infrastructure, responsibility and accountability, and to improve environmental, energy, educational, economic, and earth security.
When people from all walks of life become stakeholders in infrastructure building and sustaining greenliving projects, it becomes possible to preserve, and celebrate, those features of culture, heritage, and environment which are unique to one space or region, and those which are shared by all.
It becomes possible to ameliorate those challenges to nature, and of nature, which affect some, or all; it becomes possible to redefine habits of excess to economies of need, care, and serendipitous beneficiaries.
Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship For example, trails connecting destinations predate man s history; today, networked, sustainable trails can still link real, and virtual, destinations and can address the competing needs of a modernizing, interdependent world.
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Precipitation-capture and grey-water recycling along the trails could increase water security. Thirdly, every year, storms and floods devastate populations and ecosystems world-wide. If, each year, in frigid, frozen-precipitate zones, snow and ice could be collected estimated to have fallen above calculated-average amounts into impermeable, re-usable containers. Depleting melt-runoff would allow greater flexibility in handling rainy-season water flows, mitigating seasonal down-stream flooding Further, when hurricanes or cyclones, or other massive storm systems which feed on warm-water and warm-air currents threaten strategic, economic, or heavilypopulated areas, the frozen containers could be air-lifted to storm-path locations, droppedlinked-and-anchored offshore to chill waters enough to slow, stall, or divert a storm, lessening impact and huge tolls in life, environment, and economy.
At the completion of the weather event, the containers could be brought to tertiary, drought-impacted location, and the now-melted water off-loaded for potable- or irrigation- systems use, and finally, returned to point-of-origin and stored for re-filling the next winter season. Myriad other projects, including clean oceans, clean skies, resources and regions, exist at least in concept or still wait to be conceivedwhich, blended with the goals of serendipitous beneficiaries as a measure and enhancement of social responsibility and sustainability, could add to the flexibility and responsiveness of infrastructures, education, and the performance, transparency, and accountability of service, commercial, and industrial providers, and of each of us.
In an interdependent humanity, on an interdependent planet of limited resources, a green approach which includes associated industries, services and ecosystems as serendipitous providers and beneficiaries of planned output can result in alleviation of poor outcomes for all strata of society, of species. Entrails of this cataclysm are regenerated into human experiences in modern day times, via climate change, end of times prophecies, and can be re- interpreted and processedby delving into the archetypes of theapocalypsefrom the Jungian perspective.
Through integration of thought and work from the fields of eco-psychology, anthropology, archeology, andastrophysics,and with the incorporation of three r based tools of remembrance, ritual and relationship, environmental education can help advance the eradicationof catastrophobia as we know it to this very day, aligning us toward a more numinous and ineffable experience with our environment so as to create greater planetary harmony and sustainability.
Human history becomes more and more a race between educationand catastrophe. Wells Introduction There have been five mass extinction events throughout Earth s history.
Thereafter some million years ago, a second mass extinction event occurred during the late Devonian period. The third mass extinction known as The Great Dying occurred during the end- Permian era some million years ago. This end Permian extinction was the closest life has ever come to being completely obliterated on Earth. And finally, the fifth extinction, our most recent onesome 65 million years ago wiped away dinosaursand other large land animals.
Plants and tropical marine life were also affected throughout this When we examine the environment during the 5th mass extinction,global temperatures were C warmer than present,and sea levels over meters higher than current levels. Additionally, recent research by scientists has uncovered the presence of escalating CO 2 levels in the atmosphere present in the atmosphere for morethan a 10, year period.
Many of these mass extinction events are remembered throughout religions and traditions of the world as moral stories from the Creation story with Adam and Eve in the Judeo- Christian Old Testament of the Bible to The Great Flood storyculminating in the building of Noah s Ark and the saving of animals from around the Earth. In the Christian New Testament, there is also mention of environmental extinction andearth send of times within the final book of the Christian New Testament or The Book Of Revelations.
This end chapter derives from the word apocalypse, meaning unveiling or revelation reveal-ation. It describes a complex series of events and prophecies which ends in an Armageddon and the coming of the Second Kingdom of Christ in the creation of a new world. But aside from these five mass extinctions, there is another less well known event which occurred more so from our recent past of some 11, years ago,known as the Great Cataclysm of BC. Both the story and memory of this event to this day is stored deep in the recesses of our minds and bodies and encoded into our human psyches and DNA.
Here s what likely happened on that day: A great monster appeared in the sky and approached Earth. The Earth s atmosphere became electrically charged and water and air heated up so quickly that the people fell down on their knees in terror. The sky writhed with fiery serpents and dragons.
Earth tipped toward the chimera, and there was a deafening explosion. The Earth s magnetosphere and the chimera intertwined, and there was a resounding crack!
Within hours, blocks of ice, hail and gigantic masses of water assailed the people. Great electromagnetic storms overwhelmed the bioelectric fields of animals, humans, plants and even rocks, which is why we have such mental blocks about this event. On that day, fear was imprinted deep in the reptilian brain of ours estrtegica this memory has changed our relationship with the environment ever since. Chaos reined,volcanoes exploded, oceans and lakes boiled. Earth shuddered and cracked insanely.
The Earth s lithosphere was dislocated both vertically and horizontally and its axis tilted from the straight vertical to the Ethics, ecopilosophy, human-nature relationship This tilting may have occurred because fragments of a Supernova from the Vela star system blasted into our solar system in B. The story recalls edtrategica the Earth s axis prior to this great cataclysm was vertical and mankind lived in the Golden Age unexposed to seasonality or shifts in climate and nature.
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During this Golden Age, humans worked in balance with Nature and their environment. As a result of the great cataclysm and the sequential Earth precessionaltilt, humanity without any prior experience, was first exposed to seasonality, and therefore forced to adopt agriculture as a way of life and as a means of surviving on this then New Earth.
This great cataclysm, which we have conveniently and successfully blocked from the annals of our evolutionary history and knowledge, is however deeply embedded and stored in our DNA to this very day, and is responsible for a psychological condition known as catastophobia or intense fear of the after effects of catastrophe s or End Times.
It is perhaps why we have become so destructive to our own habitatsince this experience and our existence on our Planet for the past 14, years. Stephen Hawking echoes this concept of catastrophobia from another angle citing our aggressive, parasitic and self-destructive tendencies despite our intelligenceas a species in his Life on the Universelecture, stating that despite our intelligence,the only form of life we humans have created so far is a purely destructive one; and in the creation of electronic life we have managed to recreate and reproduce our aggressions into a parasitic intelligence of sorts, such as in a computer virus.
We are experiencing modern day catastrophobia on our Earth. We feel it most as we look at our destroyed land on Earth recently resulting from shifts in climate and weather patterns, in our own relationshipswith and to our environment, and in our relationships to each other on this Planet.
Some of this environmental aggression is manifested and expressed in the form of frequent and widespread natural and manmade disasters resulting in large losses of life and property such as in the tsunami in Indonesia, the Fukushima tsunami and nuclear meltdown and ever pervasive flooding and drought cycles experienced by almost every continent throughout the world.
These environmental problems are tripled by simultaneous economic, social and political breakdowns in global leadership, our global economy and the global climate system.
Last year, especially at the end of the year December 21, wehad a glaring example ofcatastrophobia, related to end of times Mayan Calendar predictions.
For those unaware of the Mayan Calendar predictions, their cycle of calendar involves a The calendar s 13thBaktunending cycle prophesized that the world was slated to change and humanity either disappear off the face of the Earth, or be transported lihro a New World. Regardless of the myriad interpretations, life on this Planet as we know it, was supposed to end.
Additional astrophysical occurrences known as precessionals responsible for the rotation of the Earth s axis around comunicqcion pole of the ecliptic, were also taking placeas part of a precessional cycle which occurs in 25, year cycles, with the first precessional being some 12, years ago. Convergent plane shifts of this magnitude on Earth had not occurred since the time of the Schwinsohn Flood demarcated in pre-history scheknsohn as occurring some 12, years ago.
Such tilting of planes at unique angles to one another creating geometric orientations of two intersecting lines or cross members is symbolic of acceleration of tremendous changes on Earth and endowed with symbolic meaning including the foreboding of destruction of civilizations,the creation of new cultural renaissances, and rebirthing of consciousness on Earth.