Ecology Books by Carlita Shaw

The Silent Ecocide, the Environmental Crisis is a Crisis of Human Consciousness

Carlita Shaw’s ‘The Silent Ecocide’ is a brave call that challenges humanity to stand up and take responsibility for our future on Planet Earth. It is a book to make each of us aware that the ecological crisis in the world today is not a simple black & white picture – it is a much broader canvas that involves our relationships to energy, economics, politics, human resources, and ultimately to our very selves. Shaw does not hold back in pointing out our human frailties and failings; yet in the end there is hope, if we can rise to the responsibility of being conscious agents of change. As Shaw says, “Saving the world and humanity is now an inside job.” I couldn’t agree more. The ecocide on planet Earth can no longer remain in silence. This book is a clear and loud voice on the planet’s behalf – and we should listen. –

Kingsley L. Dennis Ph.D

Author and Researcher



Surviving Depression in a Depressing World, an Ecological Perspective

This new book provides a fresh perspective on the exponential rise in depression and suicide in modern western society. An alternative approach for conscious people. We start off by taking a look at how people all over the world are being disconnected from Nature due to corporate greed. We examine the darker aspects of the technocratic era upon us, the effects of synthetic 5G and the future of 6G on humanity and ecology, and its implications on the human mind when combined with AI.

We also take a look at some of the more invasive aspects of Corporate Devolution invading our mental privacy. Scientists have studied depression is, in fact, a normal response to global environmental destruction, with growing scientific peer-reviewed papers that confirm our degrading environment affects our mental health. There are solutions for people who are sensitive to geopathic stress. Why does contemporary Western lifestyle influence the rise in mental illness and depression?

Why is our separation from Nature, detrimentally affecting human health and consciousness? Our growing distance from Nature doesn’t serve the Earth or us. It is clear there is an increasing need for humanity to reconnect with Nature and why it is crucial, Western society needs to become more ecologically sustainable within the means of the Earth’s natural limits. We look at talk therapies and radical new alternative therapies, to managing depression in a challenging world. There is essential information on how to manage depression better with nutritional guidance and controversial health hacks, recommended lifestyle changes, including learning the Art of Living.

When we survive profound trauma, grief and loss, we need to learn how to live again and reintegrate ourselves with Life more holistically. The aim of the author is to help the reader see that depression as a calling to look within, and a product of humanity awakening to its own flaws and errors. It’s a time for us to not only reconnect with Earth but also establish a more aware consciousness of the Noosphere and our inner essence.Furthermore this book invites the reader to consider their own place in human evolution, spiritually, mentally and emotionally and redefine their lost purpose to one that is more aligned to Ecology than to Western Materialism. Become self-empowered, not a victim of depression.

”I found this book, despite its length, to be an easy, fast, enjoyable read. The book starts out with the author’s story of becoming an environmentalist, and her battle with depression throughout her life, especially when her husband committed suicide. She always found nature and animals soothing. Full of information about the causes and cures for depression, it includes many juicy factoids, such as using LSD to reboot the brain, just as you reboot a computer to get it working properly. The unique twist to this book is its link to the environment in causing depression: “…it could be that the global rise in depression is a subconscious reaction to the worldwide destruction of our environment,” which makes sense since we are creatures that are healed by nature. Yet we are bombarded with countless toxins on a regular basis. The author emphasizes going gluten free, because even wheat has become so hybrid that it’s toxic. We also find how nutritional and various talk therapies can help. The author includes a delightful and inspiring poem she wrote with each chapter. I highly recommend this book if you or any of your loved ones suffer this mental disorder which has grown rampant in our modern societies.”

Susan Schenck, author of The Live Food Factor and Beyond Broccoli, Susan does raw and low carb food classes and health coaching. Another book of hers you might enjoy is Expats in Cuenca, Ecuador: The Magic & The Madness.