Thursday, November 29, 2012
Before anyone dismisses this article as the work of a Scrooge, please take a second to contemplate how thanks to corporate conditioning, so many people look at trees and see only lumber and profits as the sound of chainsaws echo in their clouded heads.
We humans now see fit to destroy 18 million acres of trees—4500 acres per hour—each and every year. Today, in what National Geographic calls a “forest holocaust,” 80 percent of the world’s forests are already gone.
Do we really wanna teach the next generation to regard trees as disposable (or easily replicated) commodities?
Read the full article here
One of my recent OWS photos:
Occupy Trinity Wall Street: Day 173Share