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Let the environment guide our development | Johan Rockstrom
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21 February 2019, 23:06
Words ...words... like a priest...giving his religious believe. ... no proof
15 December 2018, 20:05
I'm glad he did not hurt himself!
Mr. Wonderful -TV
1 December 2018, 11:34
Good presentation. But in Russia, ten years after this talk, not a single solar-powered roof, and I saw only one wind turbine in my life here. What can you do about this?
30 November 2018, 13:59
How to lose a decade...
ALI ASIF CHOWDHURY
22 November 2018, 11:17
Incremental change is unavoidable....because the behaviour of humans as a species is only capable of changing with unbelievably small increments....I write this in 2018.....clearly nothing he said is being implemented.....as a species humans have learned nothing
1 October 2018, 06:07
Stop supporting WWF! They have CAUSED most of the problems to the environment since 1960's. Sounds Ridiculous, right? Climate Change and the release of CO2 has been caused by deforestation. Deforestation also occurs because fo mining, and mining poisons people. Mining also brings in diseases, which kills the local indigenous population.Since the beginning of its work the WWF has received much appreciation from all governments on earth. It even acts in many nations as a de facto ministry for the environment. For good reasons:1. WWF is able to polish up the governments' good environmental image.2. WWF helps to protect very small areas as nature reserves and therefore gives space for the indiscriminate destruction of huge remaining areas, by industry and small scale land grabbers. Their bluster about 'illegal' logging is merely a smoke screen to cover up the 95% of logging that is legal.3. WWF helps to develop remote places with large areas of intact nature and get control over it.4. As these remote areas are generally tribal lands of non-assimilated peoples WWF assists governments to get control over them and to assimilate them into the mainstream.5. WWF promotes a very profitable tourism industry.As a result of all this, the losers are savage peoples and - it may look paradoxical at first glance - wild nature in general due to the sacrifice of most of the land. As usual, the winner is the wealthy world.The oppression of savage tribal peoples done by nature conservationists has never been a focus of discussion. Results of nature conservation activities have always been spin doctored to imply that the damages done to the savages were properly redressed. Shanty towns and coca-cola are no replacement for a three million year old culture. The point here is that compensation is irrelevant anyway, since these people should not be forcibly removed in the first place. The argument about compensation is a red herring to divert attention from the genocide being conducted by NGOs who pretend to support human rights.In Zaire the Barhwa Pygmies were driven out of their ancestral land in order to establish the Kahuzi-Biega National Park. WWF has been deeply involved. The victims formerly lived, in dignity, in their traditional ways but are now exposed to alcoholism, prostitution, extreme poverty and exploitation by the neighbouring Bantu people. Likewise Bambuti Pygmies were driven out of the Maiko National Park as result of joint Government and WWF activities.Similarly in Cental Africa, the Dzangha-Sangha Project which has been directed by WWF since 1988, has resulted in the destruction of the livelihood and loss of dignity of the Baka Pygmies in this area and in the loss of their ancestral homeland.In Rwanda the Batwa Pygmies were driven out of the Nyungwe Natural Forest in 1994 to make way for a Nature Conservation Site. WWF was involved in the creation of this area and as a result the Batwa of Rwanda have lost their ancestral land and last refuge.In Kenya the Tsavo East National Park has been established and is managed with the help of WWF, on the Sanye ancestral land. The Sanye have been severely prosecuted as poachers on their own land. As a result the Sanye peoples have been virtually destroyed as a society of hunters and gatherers.In Namibia the Hai'om Bushmen have been driven out of their ancestral land, the Etosha Pan, which WWF is involved in securing as a conservation area!In consultation with WWF the Government of Botswana declared, at the Xane kotla meeting in February 1996, that the 3000 last remaining Bushmen, in broadly traditional hunting and gathering lifestyles, have to leave their ancestral land and their traditional lives. The reason being that their ancestral land is now proposed as a new game reserve.In South Africa the 40 last remaining Bushmen have been chased out of their ancestral land which is now largely used as the Kalahari Gemsbock National Park. WWF has been and still is involved. Furthermore they continue to discount the land claims of the evacuated Bushmen.In India the Gujjar nomads in Uttar Pradesh are victims of a Nature Conservation Project, where WWF is directly involved. Also the last few aborigine peoples, belonging to the Negrito race, have been victimised by National Park projects in the Nilgiri mountains where WWF was and still is active.In the Philippines the Haribon Foundation acts with WWF as a partner and receives considerable financial support from them. In 1988 the Haribon Foundation tried to chase the Batak, aborigines of Palawan island, out of their forested ancestral land all around Mount Puyos (Cleopatra's Needle) to make space for an extension to the Mount Saint Paul's National Park. The Batak were supposed to be resettled on a denuded area to help in tree plantations, commonly termed as reforestation projects. FPCN (see below) was able to put a stop to that plan, but the Haribon Foundation continued, using WWF money, to 'develop' the Batak. The money was raised mainly in the "debt-for-nature swap" business.This resulted in a more or less forced settlement of the formerly free moving Batak and with this an almost complete loss of their culture and traditions. IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature - the umbrella organisation of which WWF is a part) is presently carrying out a study on the impact of the Batak on the remaining natural forest, regardless of the fact that thousands of Filipinos intruded on the Batak's ancestral land, making meaningful analysis unfeasible.PictureIn Malaysia the Mannee, the very last aborigines still holding on to their traditional lifestyle, have lost access to half of their ancestral ground in the Banthat range due to a National Park project on Mannee tribal land, for which WWF is largely responsible. The remaining land is open to loggers, farmers and settlers.WWF planned to evacuate the Papuan people from the area of the Lorentz National Park in Indonesian-occupied West Papua. WWF is in partnership with the Indonesian Government and the destructive American intruders holding the Freeport mine and is responsible for the killing of at least seven OPM (Organisation for a Free Papua) freedom fighters, who were killed during the rescue of WWF staff taken as hostages last year. Still though, WWF does not recognize OPM interests and land claims.There are many more cases of small peoples victimised by joint Governmental and WWF 'nature conservation' activities and policy. As with most other conservation programs, this is a front for corporate expansion and destruction. These peoples have very few friends on Earth. Friends of Peoples Close to Nature, a non-hierarchical network, exists to rectify this situation, both by direct action and by political lobbying. If the process of civilisation and globalisation is allowed to wipe out the last remaining non-western cultures, we will be left with a human monoculture. If biodiversity is important, then human diversity is too. We must make alliances with and give support to these last bastions of hope for the future of humanity.Whilst we in the 'first' world are trying to get our land back, these people still have it. They live as they have always done. As they die, our dreams die with them. Without them, the future of humanity is sealed in its present course, all alternative futures will be gone and the aberration of ten thousand years ago in Mesopotamia (see agriculture article in this issue) will have parasitised the whole planet. We need people to get involved. Not to be told what to do, or to buy t-shirts, but to actively join in the resistance of wild peoples around the world by attacking the heart of the problem right here in the 'rich' world. There can be no social justice within a culture that commits genocide on its neighbours.Some of these peoples now number only a few hundred, in a couple of years they will be gone for ever, and part of our own humanity will be gone with them - unless we act decisively now. For more information and to find out what you can do to help, send an SAE to FPCN England & International Office, 50 Hillside Crescent, Whittle-le-Woods, Chorley, Lancashire, PR6 7LT, ENGLAND, Tel/Fax: +44-(0), 1257-230218
8 September 2018, 21:12
The Solution on a daily human action basis is to adopt a plant based diet. Cowspiracy.com
8 September 2018, 20:05
Watch this video = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BQl13Rtl5g&feature=push-u-sub&attr_tag=CWzgpSIOEgrad7R6%3A6
2 September 2018, 07:21
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25 July 2018, 01:24
We need to remind people of these issues in 2018. There is a long way to go and President Trump is making it worse.
17 January 2018, 20:55
Wow, I'm so glad I knew this in 2010.. that's.. Wait, it's 2018!... all we need to do now is make that time machine.
11 January 2018, 22:50
S I G N I F I C A N C E
12 December 2017, 23:41
Seven years after this publication, the curve (5:07) is still not bent!
21 October 2017, 07:39
NEAR TERM EXTINCTION - HUMAN
1 October 2017, 23:07
Gloss over of the non-unity state structure & the fact it's a club and "we" are not in it, yadda yadda "we" can do this.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgqtrlixYR4&index=7&list=PLExYXELRcSgGsOBrE2GCdLggbuR4yopxq
24 September 2017, 15:08
Estoy pensando que ponen los títulos en español, para que le demos click a los videos más prontamente. Me gusta, aunque siempre habro uno con la intención de que aparezca uno hablado realmente en español. Sé que los hay, pero no tratan este tipo de temas.
17 September 2017, 23:39
Uncontrolled population growth in developing third world countries will be a much larger problem than anything that can be mitigated by rich white guilt ridden idiots.
13 August 2017, 20:05
My AP Enviornmental Science peeps, where u at???
12 June 2017, 23:58
We are sabotaging the stability and resilience of our planet, the countdown has begun ...
18 April 2017, 02:02
Ted what is boundries
17 April 2017, 09:25
Great courses on this subjecthttps://www.futurelearn.com/courses/climate-change-challenges-and-solutions/4/todo/9639https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/climate-leadershiphttps://www.futurelearn.com/courses/energy-environment-future/1/todo/11307https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/elements-renewable-energies/5/todo/11227https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/global-resource-politics/1/todo/7655
27 March 2017, 23:38
Environment has a big impact on the humans. We are destroying our ecosystem gradually. If we do not stop now, we will have to pay the debts with our lives.
26 March 2017, 08:55
A bit awkward when he describes the Great Barrier Reef as a success story...
19 January 2017, 13:05
we're gonna make big wall around environment. it's gonna be huge i am telling you this , it's gonna be huge and we are gonna make earth pay for it. i guarantee you that.
5 January 2017, 08:56
When he falls 5:47 XDDDDDDdoes anyone know if that was purposeful or truly accidental? He acted as if nothing happened
4 September 2016, 13:56
Technology only works when we use it efficiently. What form of energy gives the maximum return on investment when materials and energy to produce that technology is considered? Some that are considered "Green" might be the same sort of green trade off as that found between the plastic and paper bags. Back in the day paper bags were a nasty thing and we went plastic to save the forests, It turns out plastic has a worse impact than paper. We need to work the numbers to help our emotion do the correct thing.
10 August 2016, 13:25
11 April 2016, 07:22
I'm too distracted by his looks. He's sexy.
13 March 2016, 00:25
This is incredible. Gave me chills. People need to know about this.
23 September 2015, 15:01
Saving environment, planet Earth and us mankind requires measurements taken on governmental level, question is how to push the government to start doing something on the matter.
14 January 2015, 13:03
Everybody should know the fact,specially younger generation.
23 May 2014, 17:02
The rich people and the politicians wont allow it. The dollar is oil and war.
25 February 2014, 04:05
26 November 2013, 11:31
Amazing and inspiring talk! Very funny and contradictory advertisement at the end, though ;)
5 November 2013, 12:32
Very well said, Johan!
6 October 2013, 05:57
19 August 2013, 23:54
This isn't about environment vs humans...it is about co-existence.
6 June 2013, 21:48
what an idiot shoot him
29 May 2013, 09:59
Classic mis-approach. The planet isnt going anywhere...We Are!!! Watch George Carlin watch?v=NL8HP1WzbDk
28 May 2013, 22:48
Why did you censor Graham Hancock? Why didn't you know that wouldn't work?
28 May 2013, 22:34
All humans are irrational about these issues it's just our nature. we need to create systems around the way our brains work.
27 May 2013, 18:50
Makes me glad I chose permaculture and sustainable design as a career path!
The Daves I Know
26 May 2013, 23:01
total ignorance is another - we're still apes, you know, so one cant expect disciplined action from a bunch of monkeys, albeit with many tools being distributed around freely amongst themselves.
The Daves I Know
26 May 2013, 22:55
redundancy not optimisation! Coming from a place of abundance of effort, rather than scarcity of effort.
Jnanadas K Kunjan
26 May 2013, 18:31
25 May 2013, 03:20
If Garbage is Good for the Economy , does that mean the Economy is Bad for Ecology ??
23 May 2013, 17:07
The answer of course is education. Stats show that educated families have less children.
9 May 2013, 01:03
Agreed great talk
4 December 2012, 03:17
What a wonderful speech. No hyperbole, no hard-sell, what more do you want than pictures of the horrendous changes that are happening? How much more motivation than we need to act now? The "leave things alone and they will be fine" mentality hasn't worked for 20+ years. Why do people think it would work now? I hope people like Johan will continue to bring innovations to people everywhere!
15 November 2012, 06:21
And the thing about ecosystem is they are dynamic. You pull out the wrong blocks and the whole thing can fall down. Ecosystems involve everything interconnected, it's kinda like janga I guess haha.