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SirEinzige
Sure you could say that

Structural species extinction due to extraction and transaction for me should be the prime issue along habitat loss. However desertification was defined by this dude in terms of climate which, again, was based on worse case scenarios which may or may not all happen. Certainly some of the things are undeniably happening.

I've actually been very happy with the release of Planet Of The Humans recently as it brings back old school conservation ideas and puts then at the forefront over the climate change issue. As predicted by John Michael Greer among others you are now seeing certain pro-green detractors of that film throw out the term ecofascist see here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTYJCAxlOgs just before the 4 minute mark.

The green types who trump up worse case scenarios of climate change usually all are part of some technocratic machineological solution to this and want to maintain the complicated processeses of extraction and transaction without asking deeper questions.

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