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Can We Avoid the Perfect Storm?

Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: September 10th, 2012

By David Orr

dry valley It is quite possible that by the year 2100 human life will have become extinct or will be confined to a few residential areas that have escaped the devastating effects of nuclear holocaust or global warming. —Brian Barry1 Evolution equipped us to deal with threats from dependably loathsome enemies and fearsome creatures, but not with the opaque and cumulative long-term consequences of [...]

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