Our Endgame

Let’s Cancel Human Extinction,

Thwarting the Ecological Singularity

Will human species go extinct? The short answer is yes. The fossil record shows everything goes extinct, eventually. Almost all species that ever lived, over 99.9%, are extinct. Humans are inevitably heading for extinction. The question isn’t whether we go extinct, but when. Humans have vulnerabilities. Humans face a certain existential threats, ecological extinction and technological singularity.

New Human Epoch

Anthropocene Since 1610

Earth's greatest biological annihilation event under way, billions of wildlife species have been lost in recent decades.

Both billions of common and rare species of regional or local populations have been lost, crucial in supporting the human civilisation.

Human overpopulation and overconsumption, threatening the survival of the current natural world, with just a short window of time to act.

Humanity’s Extinction Event

Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?

Humans Almost Go Extinct 70,000 years ago, the Human Population Hit A Major Bottleneck.

Toba Supervolcano

Earth May Turn Into A Ball of Fire

Humans would turn Earth into a giant ball of fire by 2600 due to overcrowding and energy consumption.

Worst Event in Human History

The emergence of artificial intelligence brings dangers, like powerful autonomous weapons for oppression.

Global Warming Reach A Tipping Point

Very close to the tipping point where global warming becomes irreversible, pushing the Earth over the brink, to become like Venus.

Humans Need to Colonise New Planet Soon

With climate change, overdue asteroid strikes, epidemics and population growth, Earth is increasingly precarious and uninhabitable.

We make it simple to kickstart
your Great Transitions

An Ecological Citizen is a 'Great Transitions' optimist; envisioning the advent of a new paradigm redirecting the global trajectory toward a environmentally equitable, culturally enriched, and ecologically resilient planetary civilisation.

Net-zero Pathways

The world must move to a net zero emissions economy in response to climate change. Absorbing carbon emissions from the atmosphere.

Biodiversity Net Gain

A new approach to improve place-based biodiversity value for positive ecological impact, habitat enhancement, and mitigating harm.

Ecological Transition

Adopting a new living model, one that will break away from the dictatorship of gross domestic product driven wealth and economic growth.

Communeship Admission by 2030
8,000,000
Indigenous Peoples Conservation By 2030
17,560
Endemic Species Conservation
By 2030
3,660
New Protected Areas (sq km)
By 2030
75,000