Areas covered by pavement all contribute to the footprint of humans on Earth.
Removal of groundwaters that were recharged during the wetter Pleistocene epoch is a classic example of non-sustainable human behavior.
Housing a billion chickens in North Carolina is equivalent to living with 10,000,000 people with no sewage treatment.
What constitutes environmental justice seems inherently subjective…
Subduction and volcanic emissions compose a long-term, slow cycle for carbon and these elements.
We need to incentivize plastic recycling
we are bathed in, and breathe, an atmosphere with an arsenic content vastly in excess of what we have experienced during our evolutionary history as a species.
The continued belief that rising human numbers have no impact on the environment is misguided.
Production and use of nitrogen fertilizer is expensive and a significant source of air and water pollution and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.