A borderless world? From Colonialism to Transnationalism over the decline of the nation-state. The ecological crisis is the result of an economic model that since the beginning of the industrial revolution has evolved into a new world order whom a small elite dictates via international organizations and global corporations before the state.
James Lovelock is an English chemist, doctor, author and scientific instrument developer. A man well known by many people nevertheless, few understand the importance of Lovelock groundbreaking work as a scientist and environmentalist. Read more.
We have an economic crisis and an ecological crisis the complexity of nature shows these similarities will sooner or later crash into each other. When the separation in nature started, resources need in one place will be missing in another. Everything is connected in time and space and when they crash it cannot be controlled. Part One.
We are most certainly living in a period of time of the greatest importance for human survival in the twenty-first century. Even for non-environmental interested person words and terms such as global warming, sustainable development and sustainability has become mainstream; sustainability, for example, is today one of the most-used words in the English vocabulary.
We live in a challenging time; we cannot survive the next century continue as we have. The years ahead require a fundamental change towards a sustainable lifestyle; it will maybe take 20-30 years before an outcome is seen. Therefore, actions are required and can only be founded upon a spiritual approach whereof compassion is the most central value for a successful sustainable future.