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Oil industry’s rush to drill deep sea blind to dire problems

Wednesday, 15 February 2012, 7:26 pm | Pacific Ecologist

The oil industry in NZ seems oblivious to great dangers and wants the EEZ Bill to be rushed through so they can speedily proceed with ocean drilling projects. Kay Weir, editor of Pacific Ecologist, explains why this is a big mistake. More >>

Wellington celebrates life of Edward Goldsmith

Wednesday, 25 November 2009, 12:53 pm | Pacific Ecologist

The life of Edward Goldsmith, pioneering ecologist and critic of free markets and globalisation, will be celebrated at a memorial service at St James Church in Piccadilly London on December 1, and here in Wellington at Crossways on December 3. Widely known ... More >>

Support Grows For Equity-Based Global Warming Plan

Wednesday, 28 February 2007, 3:26 pm | Pacific Ecologist

What will bring unity to the world community so we can stem conflict and the alarming growth in twin problems, global warming and global inequity? Global warming emissions continue to rise steeply. If this trend is not reversed soon, temperatures will reach ... More >>

Principles To Reverse Global Warming & End Poverty

Wednesday, 28 February 2007, 3:24 pm | Pacific Ecologist

What will bring unity to the world community so we can stem conflict and the alarming growth in twin problems, global warming and global inequity? Global warming emissions continue to rise steeply. If this trend is not reversed soon, temperatures will reach ... More >>

Pacific Ecologist Editorial: Healthy Communities

Friday, 7 July 2006, 2:29 pm | Pacific Ecologist

Golden leaves pile high on the ground here as autumn gives way to winter’s bare trees. Nature’s abundance and beauty creates, sustains and inspires us all. But for how long will it continue to sustain us in the extravagant way rich countries ... More >>

Pacific Ecologist - issue 12, winter 2006

Friday, 7 July 2006, 2:25 pm | Pacific Ecologist

Issue 12, Pacific Ecologist - 74 pages available for $10 - PO Box 12125, Wellington, New Zealand. Pirmeditor @ paradise.net.nz contents Editorial Healthy, convivial communities: averting war & global catastrophe More >>

Ecologist: Taking The Wind Out Of Nuclear Power

Thursday, 19 January 2006, 4:50 pm | Pacific Ecologist

PETER BUNYARD exposes the dangerous and uneconomic reality behind the myths of nuclear energy’s cheapness, safety and low greenhouse gas emissions. More >>

What 3 Degrees of Global Warming Really Means

Tuesday, 3 January 2006, 1:02 pm | Pacific Ecologist

PETER BARRETT [1] puts projected global warming in perspective, comparing it with climate fluctuations in the geological past. Greenhouse gas emission rates from human activity have increased in the last few decades, and CO2 levels will soon be higher ... More >>

Pacific Ecologist issue 11 summer 2005/2006

Saturday, 31 December 2005, 3:46 pm | Pacific Ecologist

Pacific Ecologist issue 11 summer 2005/2006 Available for $10 from pirm, PO Box 12125, Wellington, New Zealand. - email pirmeditor@paradise.net.nz - (away from office until 10 January 2006. ) More >>

Pac. Ecologist: Global Energy – How much Remains?

Wednesday, 4 May 2005, 1:24 pm | Pacific Ecologist

PETER NORTH calculates how long the world’s energy supplies can continue to support the existing pattern of 2% pa increase in energy consumption. The figures suggest increasing energy consumption is unlikely to be sustainable for much longer. More >>

Pacific Ecologist Issue 10 – Late Summer 2005

Tuesday, 19 April 2005, 12:11 am | Pacific Ecologist

Pacific Ecologist can be purchased by posting $10 to: Pacific Ecologist, PO Box 12125, Wellington, New Zealand. Further enquiries to pirmeditor@paradise.net.nz More >>

Peter North: Fossil Fuel Limits & Dependencies

Friday, 17 December 2004, 1:02 pm | Pacific Ecologist

Our global economic system and societies are sustained by finite fossil fuel resources, writes PETER NORTH and oil production is due to peak within the next ten years. Yet instead of conserving the vital resources, fossil fuel use continues to increase. More >>

PE Spring '04: Waking Up In The Consumer Paradise

Tuesday, 14 December 2004, 10:27 am | Pacific Ecologist

Contents (with summaries of articles) of Pacific Ecologist, issue 9 - spring 2004 editorials Will the Consumer Society Trash the Future or will we save ourselves? The Rise & Spread of the Consumer Class - WORLDWATCH INSTITUTE More >>

Pacific Ecologist: Cry For Acheh

Monday, 6 September 2004, 3:05 am | Pacific Ecologist

In the past decade Exxon Mobil has earned $US40 billion from exploiting Acheh’s resources. CUT ZAHARA HAMZA pleads with shareholders at an ExxonMobil annual meeting in Texas to stop supporting the Indonesian military forces in Acheh which continue to commit ... More >>

Forgotten Pacific Nation Threatened With Genocide

Tuesday, 3 August 2004, 2:54 pm | Pacific Ecologist

ountries have done little to stop Indonesia’s decades-long war against the people of West Papua, which also exploits the region’s rich natural resources, report JOHN RUMBIAK and ABIGAIL ABRASH WALTON . More >>

Aisaki Casimira: Pacific Governance & Security

Friday, 30 July 2004, 1:55 pm | Pacific Ecologist

AISAKI CASIMIRA questions the good governance and security agendas promoted enthusiastically by governments and international institutions. More >>

Angeline Greensill Addresses The Seabed/Foreshore

Tuesday, 27 July 2004, 1:19 pm | Pacific Ecologist

Stormy seas erode land around her house, but for ANGELINE GREENSILL the government’s current foreshore/seabed proposals, are more damaging, amounting to legislative theft. Inherent racism in denying Maori rights over their own land must be rejected to save ... More >>

Pacific Ecologist: R. Boast On Foreshore & Seabed

Friday, 2 July 2004, 12:05 am | Pacific Ecologist

Government proposals in Aotearoa to remove Maori property rights only to the foreshore and seabed are discriminatory, Professor RICHARD BOAST reports. More >>

Pacific Ecologist Double Issue 7/8 - Winter 2004

Friday, 2 July 2004, 12:00 am | Pacific Ecologist

Pacific Ecologist can be purchased by posting $10 to: Pacific Ecologist, PO Box 12125, Wellington, New Zealand. Further enquiries to pirmeditor@paradise.net.nz ........ More >>

Africa Responds To US Attack On Food Security

Wednesday, 19 November 2003, 11:31 am | Pacific Ecologist

The United States' challenge to the European Union in the WTO courts over Genetically Modified Organisms primarily presents a threat to African and developing countries' food sovereignty and the Biosafety Protocol. More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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