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26 MAY 2014

An animated meditation on destructive consumption practices

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20122D animationAdobe FlashAfter Effectsalien beingsanimationapocalypseassembly lineblack humour • central species on the planet • consumptiondepletiondepletion of natural resourcesdestructive practicesdeus ex machina • Edvard Grieg • environmental consequencesexploitation of natural resourcesextinctionfast foodfood productionhave dominion over all other living creatureshuman activities • humanocentrism • In the Hall of the Mountain King • instrumental view of natureintensive agriculture • KFC • Man (2012) • mass extinctionmeat production • most significant species on the planet • natural environmentnatural resourcesnatural world • natural world has value only as it benefits humankind • non-renewable resource • patterns of consumptionpollutionrhythm of the planetrubbishsatirical illustrationSteve Cuttsterrestrial ecosystemunsustainablewanton destructionwastewelcomewildlife reserves

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Simon Perkins
13 DECEMBER 2012

OCEAN2012 Transforming European Fisheries

"Since its start in 1983, the European Union's Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) has failed to prevent overfishing. Over 25 years, short–term economic interest and political expediency has landed European fisheries in deep crisis."

(European Marine Programme of the Pew Environment Group)

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19832012abundancecall to action • CFP • Common Fisheries Policy • crisiscritical posturedecision makingdepletiondestructive practicesecology • EU Common Fisheries Policy • European Unionevidence • exhaustion • extinction • fair and equitable • fish • fish stocks • fisheries • fisheries policy • fishinghealthy oceansocean • OCEAN2012 • overfishing • policy decisions • policy making • political expediency • reformresource managementresponsibilityscientific evidence • short-term economic interests • supply • sustainabilitysustainable consumptionsustainable livelihoodswildlifewildlife reserves

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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