Earth Science - The Bear and The Backlash

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The incongruous arrival of polar bears in the Nouvelle Zemble archipelago once again questions the effects of global warming but it also highlights the unconsciousness and vanity of the human being in the face of a nature he has always believed to be able to enslave.

The information would have gone almost unnoticed, at best anecdotally, if it did not reveal a climatic reality that many of us are struggling to grasp for a variety of reasons. But the massive invasion of polar bears on the islands of the archipelago of New Zemble, located in the Barents Sea (Russia), testify, if it was necessary to accumulate new evidence that climate change is no longer a problem. hypothesis but a reality.

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It is useless here to return to the problems posed by the massive arrival of these marine mammals, attracted by human food waste while their natural resources now tend to reduce it drastically. Cruel evidence that this invasion highlights: overfishing that seriously alters the fish stocks and tends to reduce the number of seals that are the basis of feeding polar bears that by the effect of dominoes start looking for new resources.

It is the same, and in a different way, with regard to the progressive disappearance of insects whose eradication generates an equally disturbing alteration of the bird populations and, worse than all, could eventually threaten the processes of the birds. pollinating fruit plants, bees being the symbol of this disappearance.

Procrastination and Accident

It is therefore necessary to look into those responsible for this ecological bankruptcy. They are not difficult to identify: all of us. More scientifically, the Man. A haven of procrastination or of justifications, each one more empty than the other, to explain the actions of a mammal, who claims to be the most gifted of all, moved by the idea that his intelligence allowed him to domesticate nature.

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Crazy dream, just as crazy as that of stopping the race of the sun. Infernal biological machine, the Man has stopped for centuries from now on to build his comfort on the natural resources that the Earth put at his disposal without imagining, except for some of us long considered as illuminated or iconoclasts, that the Earth in question was in no way inexhaustible.

Driven by an oversized ego, we have abused the facilities that the planet offered us to see today the dangling arms that animal species are clearly endangered when others have finally disappeared. And if alerting and preventing the dangers posed by our behavior is a first saving step, followed obligatorily acts at the global scale and not regional, acts certainly commendable but also useless than meritorious if they were to remain punctual and localized, Man must also remember that his presence on Earth is an accident of the biological history of the planet.

Nothing originally predisposed the human to survive in a brutal environment. His survival, the fruit of his capacity for adaptation, unconsciously instilled the idea that he could then exploit his environment of evolution without relying on him.

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Now it appears that Mother Nature is tired and exasperated by the abuses committed by humanity to her place. And we must clearly admit, without delay, that the fight against an environment that we thought to dominate, is lost because nothing can hinder Evolution.

Intelligence and Evolution

By force of pretension and vanity, Man, a biological upstart, imagined himself to represent the accomplished form of all earthly life. Considerable mistake, considering the consequences to bear today because if that were the case, his intelligence would have led him to control its development, to curb his ambitions although natural but incompatible with a milieu yesterday so-called mate, today in rebellion against those who martyrise him.

The disappearance of species (mammals, insects, fish, ...) is only the preamble to a final chapter that will see the actor of the film of Evolution, Man, be the last victim. It is certainly still time to act. Others in the seventies, René Dumont, environmental candidate in the presidential election of 1974 had alerted about the risks that the planet ran.

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The Club of Rome in 1972 also warned of the impossibility of continuous economic growth (Meadows Report), based on overexploitation of natural resources.

Few have heard or wanted to hear them ... Isolated initiatives that are at the root of the cultural and current victory of environmentalists and environmentalists won not without difficulty after decades of struggle. But this awareness, happy and welcome, will in no way solve the future of the polar bears of New Zemble, like us, condemned to disappear because of our ignorance, our vanity and our selfishness.


Bio: Olivier Longhi has an extensive background in European History, a seasoned journalist with fifteen years’ experience, he is currently a professor of history and geography in the Toulouse region of France. He has held varies positions within the publishing field including head of agency and chief of publishing. A journalist, recognized blogger, columnist and editorial project manager he has trained and directed editorial teams, worked as a journalist for various local radio stations, a press and publishing consultant and communication consultant.



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