HIGH SIERRA Bear News: Humans Distort Sierra Bear Behaviors

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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 09 March 2018


Bear News
Humans Distort Sierra Bear Behaviors

Not all bears hibernate at Lake Tahoe,
Tahoe Daily Tribune, March 9, 2018.


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We can't grow more from our present vastly over-populated California megacities that are already triggering widespread climate damage and ecosystem crashes, and expect our climate or ecosystems to do anything but continue crashing.

That's what the corporate greens say, that we can continue to do what destroyed our environment, if we recycle. That's bullcrap.

We've got to completely stop the population growth to even begin to recover either our climate or our traditional ecosystems. Continuing our present trajectory of massive irresponsible growth dooms both.

Our current trajectory of our irresponsible growth (California is a "global leader") is driving local and global climate and ecosystem destruction assuring that bear populations here and around the whole frigging world are all going to be having a real hard time, as far as we can see into the future. That's the truth.



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