06 Oct: EoP Re: The Art of War: The Lysistrata Seneca Cliff as a strategic weapon

* Ugo Bardi, Matteo Salvini, International Society for Ecological Economics, Stuart Scott
* 06 Oct: EoP Re: The Art of War: The Lysistrata Seneca Cliff as a strategic weapon.
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Date: Sun, 06 Oct 2019 22:59:24 +0200
Subject: EoP Re: The Art of War: The Lysistrata Seneca Cliff as a strategic weapon.
To: Ugo Bardi <ugo.bardi@unifi.it>
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TO: Ugo Bardi (ugo.bardi@unifi.it)
CC: Matteo Salvini (matteo.salvini@senato.it)
CC: International Society for Ecological Economics (secretariat@isecoeco.org); Stuart Scott (stuart.h.scott@gmail.com)
Re: Casandra Legacy: The Art of War According to the Science of Complex Systems: The Seneca Cliff as a strategic weapon; Sputnik: 29 Sep: Matteo Salvini Says He Respects Greta-Inspired Young Protesters More Than Their Adult ‘Exploiters’.
Ref: 10 Sep: LJ v LS Req for EoP UN Res Info: PM Conte & IT MP’s.

Ugo Bardi:

EoP Re: The Art of War: The Lysistrata Seneca Cliff as a strategic weapon.


Broadly speaking: if there are enough Thomas Sankara [AfricanewsItaly: Thomas Sankara the Upright Man] and John Reed [Reds: Trailer: Internationale; Sir No Sir: Trailer] literate soldiers and journalists, then there are EoP strategic military solutions [22 Aug: EoP Re: Jonathan Powell: If no military solution: you have to talk to your opponents]. If – I Repeat IF – so: There are two military tactical paths to implementing EoP SciCult international law strategic goal; to enable orderly and humane deindustrialization and depopulation to eliminate the root causes of the climate change problem. One: Provide activists, politicians, journalists with EoP Un Resolution [PDF] Declaration [PDF] information that if they want to stop consumption and procreation emissions they must cooperate to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law as international law to enable orderly and humane deindustrialization and depopulation return to low tech agrarian sustainable lifestyle below ecological carrying capacity limits. Two: All armies combine forces, declare global martial law [10 Aug: EoP Applicants: Draft: MilDem EoP UN Resolution Martial Law] to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law as international law.
» EoP Leg Sub: 29 Sep: EoP Re: XR launch Truthteller.Life whistleblower gateway.


The ancient Greek play Lysistrata tells of how the women of early Rome stopped a war between feuding tribes (the Romans and the Sabines) by refusing sex with their men until the battle was cancelled. If the young folks will emulate that strategy I believe it will work. – UPFSI: Stuart Scott Addresses Young Folks; Scientists Warning: Founder Stuart Scott.

The advent of [Babylon War is] peace in four countries with long experiences of deadly armed conflict hasn’t been kind to the environment, with a new study showing greater rates of deforestation during peacetime than during the years of war. The paper, published in the journal Land Use Policy, shows how Sri Lanka, Nepal, Peru and Ivory Coast experienced “alarming forest loss” in the years immediately after the end of their respective civil conflicts, based on analysis of forest-cover data gathered through remote-sensing methods. “Rates of deforestation in war zones show a dramatic increase once peace is declared, and except for Nepal, it is significantly high for the other three countries we studied,” Nelson Grima, a co-author of the paper and postdoctoral associate at the University of Vermont’s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, told Mongabay. What the four countries do share, however, is a dire loss of forest cover. The average rate of deforestation in the five years after the end of the respective conflicts was 68 percent higher than in the last five years of the conflicts, according to the study. The data, based on analysis of Landsat satellite imagery, gave the global average rate of increase in deforestation as 7.2 percent. …….. In 2016, after more than half a century of civil war that left some 220,000 dead and more than 7 million displaced, a peace agreement was reached between the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the Colombian state. The end of what was once the Western Hemisphere’s longest-running armed conflict is assumed to be an outcome broadly beneficial to society, but for the environment it has proven to be a double-edged sword. For decades, the Colombian Amazon — a region that makes up nearly half of the country’s territory — was virtually blocked off to human encroachment and development by the presence of the leftist guerrillas of the FARC, who long depended on the shelter provided by the region’s thick, largely uninhabited forests. Although the FARC contributed to significant environmental damages over the years by blowing up oil and gas pipelines and supporting the widespread cultivation of illicit crops, in many cases they were the only mechanism in place for regulating land use in the far-flung regions under their control. In the year following the implementation of the 2016 peace accords, the rate of deforestation in Colombia rose by 44 percent — a dramatic increase attributed to the FARC’s disarmament and withdrawal from isolated areas of the country which, even today, have yet to be consolidated by the Colombian state. The power vacuum opened in the FARC’s absence has led to widespread degradation in some of the country’s most ecologically important — and in many cases, still unexplored — areas. –  [EoP Amended] Mongabay: Casualty of peace? Study shows rise in deforestation after conflicts; PRI: In the Colombian Amazon, Peace has environmental consequences; Pacific Standard: How the End of Civil Convlicts can lead to increased deforestation.

A copy of this correspondence is documented at EoP Leg Sub: [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za].


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