Cablog's work is a critique of the rapid urbanization of the Cordillera and its despoliation
In the absence of natural disasters, our leaders have invented some man-made ones and through misadventures, have saddled the country with every imaginable vice, from wanton and dastardly killings, with no regard for the sanctity of human life, to kidnappings, armed robbery, ritual killings, insurgency and other economic despoliation
The author reconstructs the phases of despoliation
and confiscation and clearly explains the differences between common thievery and clerical confiscation.
Beyond saving lives, the Green Revolution saved the environment from massive despoliation
Some 29 are known to have survived the monument's despoliation
during the Revolution.
This is no doubt due, at least in part, to the tropical ecology, physical beauty, and colonial despoliation
of the islands, which have made it an excellent topic for ecocritical explorations of the kind conducted by Elizabeth DeLoughrey and George Handley.
Everett chronicles the despoliation
of woodland through the intrigue and deceit acted out by the mainly English and Scottish landowners, who were given land in order to quell rebellion or to stabilize a disgruntled populace.
The futility of trying to rely on these monstrous turbines for security of our energy supplies in the future is further compounded by the despoliation
of the magnificent vista by these hideous fabrications.
Yes, greed is a problem, but environmental despoliation
is cooked into the system we have built.
And now, when countries and cities across the planet are being attacked by the wrath of uncharacteristic weather, the international community is desperately hoping that the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) will miraculously help reverse the despoliation
done so far.
Objective: Central to the constitution of current ecological crises are modernist environmental views that separate nature from society, culture and civilisation and which make possible large-scale exploitation and despoliation
of natural resources.
One hates to see the complete despoliation
of one's former habitat.