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HIoN Hits 558

Posted by feww on August 22, 2018

HIoN in terminally high territory

The FIRE-EARTH Index of Human Impact on Nature (HIoN), an index for calculating the human impact on the planetary life support systems, has exploded to a terminally high level of 558 this month. In other words, the anthropogenic impact on the living environment is now 5.58 times the planet’s rapidly diminishing carrying capacity.

Key Findings

  • The index is rising exponentially.
  • HIoN reached 328 in July 2014, skyrocketing to 558 this month (August 2018).
  • HIoN has risen 230 points, or more than 74 percent in two years.
  • The index was less than 80 in 1960, and rose to about 100 in 1980.


Tidal Surge of Global Change 28 Times Faster in 21st Century: FIRE-EARTH

FIRE-EARTH Models show the rate of global change has intensified by a factor of at least 28 in the last decade compared with the 1960s.

FIRE-EARTH defines ‘global change’ as the deterioration in the planet’s life-support capacity, caused by large-scale anthropogenic impact, which is leading to a total collapse.

HIoN since End June 2012

Additional details available via FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

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