Montag, 28. April 2008

Legal Logging Destroying the Earth's Biodiversity, Climate, Water and Biosphere

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April 28, 2008 OVERVIEW & COMMENTARY by Dr. Glen Barry, Ecological Internet

It is easy to rail against "illegal" logging, when in fact typical "legal" commercial logging is far more extensive and destructive in total to the world's biodiversity, climate, water and biosphere. Both liquidate life giving natural habitats, and more people are realizing they are mostly ecologically indistinguishable. Ancient primary forests industrially harvested for the first time are in fact destroyed -- in terms of being a fully intact ecological system with a unique, unimpaired evolutionary trajectory -- regardless if society considers it legal or illegal. Natural and planted secondary forest ecosystems managed industrially as tree farms become further ecologically diminished with each successive harvest including continued toxification, soil diminishment, species and genetic loss, reduced carbon and water holding potential, and so many other symptoms of ongoing biological homogenization.

Humanity's relationship with all forests must be transformed if we are to stop the hemorrhaging of lost species and halt transformation of the atmosphere. Industrial forestry [search] is incompatible with sustaining the full range of natural forest values -- from species to genes, from soil microbes to local microclimates, from a forest stand to the Earth system and everything in between. Solving the biodiversity, climate and water crises requires a new forest protection paradigm that optimizes ecosystem, biodiversity and climate values while ecologically sustainably harvesting the annual growth increment (minus ecological restoration of natural capital to account in the future for past damage).

To maintain an operable biosphere while achieving equitable and just global ecological sustainability, the forest protection movement must unite behind a rigorous set of goals know to be actually sufficient to stop forest and climate decline. This includes ending ancient forest logging and all industrial destruction of relatively intact natural ecosystems, gaining permanent protections for all remaining primary and old-growth forests (with appropriate compensation and continued small scale use for local peoples), promoting the ecological restoration and certified management of regenerating and planted natural forest ecosystems, and assisting local peoples with small-scaled, community-based eco-forestry projects based upon regenerating secondary and standing ancient forests.

Ecological Internet's network and partners are committed to this sufficient, ecology and people based forest protection agenda. This ecologically sufficient forest vision is the only way forward for forests including rainforests, species including humans, and ecosystems including Gaia. To work for anything less is to acquiesce to the powers of ecological simplification, accepting ecological diminishment and collapse as inevitable, while pursuing tokenistic responses that by legitimizing current trends impede global forest sustainability. You know who I am talking about, and if it is you, I urge you to reexamine your motivations and strategies. Otherwise, your apologist reform efforts causing continued forest destruction remains a legitimate target for protest. g.b.

To comment: //forests.org/blog/2008/04/legal-logging-destroying-the-e.asp

Related Ecological Internet searches:
* Illegal Logging //forests.org/shared/search/welcome.aspx?searchtext=illegal%20logging
* Industrial Forestry //forests.org/shared/search/welcome.aspx?searchtext=industrial%20forestry
* Natural Forest Values //forests.org/shared/search/welcome.aspx?searchtext=natural%20forest%20values
* Biological Homogenization //forests.org/shared/search/welcome.aspx?searchtext=biological%20homogenization


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Title: Legal logging decimates forests - group Source: Copyright 2008, Philippine Sun Star Date: April 26, 2008

Legal, not illegal, large-scale logging is the major culprit in deforestation.

Lisa Ito of the Kalikasan-Philippine Network for the Environment (Kalikasan-PNE), during her presentation on the Philippine environmental situation for the Southern Mindanao Conference on the Environment held at the Holy Cross of Davao College Friday, said that in the 1900s, forest cover was estimated at 21 million hectares of 70 percent of the total land area.

Yet a few decades of "development aggression" wiped out two- thirds of the forests.

By 1999, forest cover was reduced to 18.3 percent of 800,000 hectares and is still decreasing at present.

"Europe, Japan, and the United states demanded and encouraged the export of cheap and plentiful logs from underdeveloped countries in Asia and Latin America and the conversion of deforested areas into agricultural plantations for export crops," Ito said.

She said FAO's State of the World's Forests 2007 reports a net forest loss of 20,000 hectares per day globally.

In the Philippines, Ito said deforestation was a result of "colonial plunder of natural resources."

"Since the American occupation, corporate and large-scale logging for exports and massive forest conversion were carried out as a government policy through Timber Licensing Agreements
(TLAs)," Ito said.

From 1920's to the late 1930's, the Philippines became a major exporter of tropical wood to the US and Japan. Forty-seven percent or 9.9 million hectares of original forests were destroyed in the period alone.

"Philippine forests were nearly wiped out under the Marcos dictatorship under an unregulated logging industry caused by a combination of corruption, greed, and weak political institution. TLAs were liberally dispensed to Marcos cronies, relatives, military allies, and elite interests," Ito said.

By the late 1980's, the Philippine was one of the most severely deforested areas in Asia but Ito said this state has worsened under the Arroyo administration.

"The government has yet to implement a genuine and comprehensive reforestation program. It has one by one lifted log bans and farmed out commercial logging permits - TLAs and 23 Integrated Forest Management Agreement (Ifma) contracts from January 2001 to 2004," Ito said.

Ito explained that Ifmas cover a total land area of 191,250.60 hectares and an Ifma contract allows the holder not just the right to timber but to all other forest products within the concession area.

Ito added that as of their last check, the government has issued 201 Ifmas as of 2003 covering around 714,000 hectares of forestland.



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CCR Demands Release of Homeland Security Report on Rendition Victim

Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) Demands Release of Homeland Security Report on Rendition Victim.

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Unconstitutional Guantanamo Hearings Continue This Week

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Demonstration Targets Anti-War Protesters

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House Democrats Look to Fund War Through 2009

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House Democrats work on huge Iraq money bill

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Ex-Fed-Chef Paul Volcker kritisiert US-Notenbank

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GOP Objects to Bill Allowing Recounts

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Mast fight flares again

Apr 28 2008 by Audrey Barton, The Journal

FAMILIES who won a campaign to remove a phone mast are outraged after two mobile phone giants re-applied for planning permission.

The mobile phone companies, O2 and Vodafone have re-submitted a joint planning application to Gateshead Council for a 20-metre phone mast to be built at the Glebe Sports Club in Rectory Lane, Whickham.

Several members of the local community launched a campaign when a mast was first installed there in February 2006 and after nearly two years of fighting they won their battle.

Read More...
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Iraqi Political Leaders Protest US Siege of Sadr City

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Has genetic engineering created a new epidemic?

ISIS Press Release 28/04/08

Agrobacterium & Morgellons Disease, A GM Connection?

Preliminary findings suggest a link between Morgellons Disease and Agrobacterium, a soil bacterium extensively manipulated and used in making GM crops; has genetic engineering created a new epidemic?

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins

CDC launch investigation on Morgellons’ Disease

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States announced the launch of an investigation on ‘Morgellons Disease’ in January 2008 [1], after receiving thousands of complaints from people with this bewildering condition, which it describes as follows [2]: “Persons who suffer from this unexplained skin condition report a range of cutaneous (skin) symptoms including crawling, biting and stinging sensations; granules, threads, fibers, or black speck-like materials on or beneath the skin, and/or skin lesions (e.g., rashes or sores). In addition to skin manifestations, some sufferers also report fatigue, mental confusion, short term memory loss, joint pain, and changes in visions.”

Morgellons Disease first became known in 2001, when Mary Leitao created a web site describing the illness in her young son, which she named after a 17th century medical study in France describing similar symptoms [3]. Until then, people with Morgellons Disease have been diagnosed as cases of “delusional parasitosis”, in which the symptoms are deemed entirely imaginary, and lesions allegedly due to self-inflicted wounds.

Indeed, the debate over Morgellons Disease has continued in the pages of medical and scientific journals right up to the CDC’s announcement [4-7]

Dr. Michele Pearson, principal investigator for the CDC said [1] that the primary goals of the study are “to learn more about who may be affected with this condition, the symptoms they experience and to look for clues about factors that might contribute to the condition,” adding that the condition is “complex”, and “may be due to multiple factors.”

Read the rest of this article here //www.i-sis.org.uk/agrobacteriumAndMorgellons.php

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McCain campaign violates own travel policy

Boston Globe

04/27/08

Republican John McCain’s campaign appears to have violated its own stated policy of not using the aircraft of companies with lobbying interests in Washington for campaign travel, according to a Boston Globe review. The practice is legal, and the campaign of McCain, long an advocate of campaign finance reform, has changed its policy over the past year on use of private planes — from banning such corporate-jet travel to allowing limited use. McCain is the only remaining candidate who has flown on corporate jets during the campaign. Neither of the Democratic presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, uses private jets, and both have flown on commercial charter flights since the outset of the campaign...

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If you keep funding your enemy, you continue to give them the power to destroy you

by Devvy Kidd

Let me repeat myself: If you keep funding your enemy, you continue to give them the power to destroy you. I'm sorry about my fellow Americans who work for propaganda rags like the Denver Post, the Sacramento Bee, the NY Times, etc., but we cannot falter or waver in our quest for the truth because lives of Americans depend on forcing these mass mediums to either tell the truth or close their doors. It's as simple as that. If you cut your enemy slack, they will kill you.......

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Ex-Bundespräsident Herzog verhöhnt Menschen, die Mindestlohn fordern

Botschaft aus dem Villenviertel „Zur Mißgunst“: „Das Grundrecht auf Dummheit“. Ex-Bundespräsident verhöhnt Menschen, die Mindestlohn fordern

„Der famose Ex-Bundespräsident Roman Herzog, der mit seiner „Ruck-Rede“ 1997 erheblich dazu beigetragen hat, daß seither Deutschlands Sozial-, Arbeits- und Wirtschaftspolitik unter permanenten epileptischen Anfällen leidet – unter einer Störung, die neben unkontrollierten Körperzuckungen vor allem gekennzeichnet ist durch totalen Bewußtseinsausfall -, dieser großartige Ex-Bundesverfassungsrichter mit einem Monatseinkommen von rund 25.000 Euro hat vor einigen Tagen die Öffentlichkeit mit einer besonders freudigen Botschaft überrascht: Befragt, wieso wohl die Mehrheit der Bevölkerung Mindestlöhne befürworte, reagierte dieser Doppel-Ex-Prominente mit dem Satz: „Es gibt auch ein Grundrecht auf Dummheit.“…“ Glosse von Holdger Platta (pdf) //www.labournet.de/diskussion/arbeit/realpolitik/kombilohn/mindestplatta.pdf


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Altpolitiker Herzog und Clement beklagen mangelnden Reformwillen in Deutschland

Alt-Bundespräsident Roman Herzog und der frühere SPD-Wirtschaftsminister Wolfgang Clement, heute Aufsichtsratsmitglied der RWE Power AG, haben einen mangelnden Reformwillen in Deutschland beklagt. Bei der Vorstellung des Buches "Mut zum Handeln. Wie Deutschland wieder reformfähig wird" am 30. April in Berlin verlangten beide verstärkte Anstrengungen von Politik und Gesellschaft. Clement sagte, das Buch solle ein "Weckruf" sein, um Deutschland aus der von ihm postulierten Reformstarre zu befreien. Herzog verwies auf ein "Arsenal von Ideen".

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Phone masts row

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Things Unsaid at the Petraeus Hearings

by Ivan Eland

Not only has America failed to confront these Shiite militias, the Bush administration has been enabling them. The congressional hearings failed to bring out, because of administration intention and Democratic ignorance, that Maliki’s security forces are infested with Shiite Badr Brigade militias that Iran prefers over the Iraqi nationalist Mahdi Army. The confused milieu of Iraq, an administration with no coherent strategy to improve the conditions in that country, has always tried to......

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The Voice of the White House

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Autism Studies by Bernard Windham (Ed)

Autism and Mercury
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Mercury, Hypothyroidism and developmental disorders
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Neurological and Immune reactions
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Chernobyl Radiation Killed Nearly One Million People

Chernobyl: The Great Cover-Up

Making YOU Pay for the Next Chernobyls, in Advance!
//www.commondreams.org/archive/2008/04/26/8542/

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Chernobyl: The Great Cover-Up

The World Health Organisation and Nuclear Power.
//www.mindfully.org/Nucs/2008/WHO-Chernobyl-CoverUp1apr08.htm


Informant: Dorothee Krien

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Chernobyl Radiation Killed Nearly One Million People
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McCain's Serious Foreign Policy

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Iraq: Poverty Gets the Survivors

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CIA Refuses to Release 'Ghost Prisoner' Documents

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