Posted by edro on July 6, 2012
The following post is reprinted with the permission of Fire-Earth Blog
Posted by feww on July 4, 2012
Tidal Surge of Global Change 26 Times Faster in 21st Century: FIRE-EARTH
FIRE-EARTH Models show the rate of global change has intensified by a factor of at least 26 in the last decade compared with the 1960s.
FIRE-EARTH defines ‘global change’ as the deterioration in the planet’s life-support capacity that is caused by large-scale anthropogenic impact, leading to a total collapse.
Global Disasters: Links, Forecasts and Background
Posted in Collapse, collapse mechanisms, collapsing cities | Tagged: anthropogenic impact, collapase index, drought and deluge, Emerging dominant mechanisms of collapse, global collapse, human impact, Mechanisms of Collapse | Leave a Comment »
Posted by edro on April 17, 2009
UPDATE: The First Wave of Collapsing Cities
Coming in May 2009
The moderators are debating the type of data, degree of detail as well as extent and depth of information that should be posted on this site.
For background see:
Posted in Collapse, collapsing cities | Tagged: collapse mechanisms, Emerging dominant mechanisms of collapse, The First Wave of Collapsing Cities | 2 Comments »