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mama is an environmental protection activist group that is dedicated to protecting Earth from harmful human activity.
In 1986, a French ecologist named Dominique de Mirabeau published a paper titled "On the Comprehensive Effect of Mankind on the Environment of the Earth." She predicted the complete extinction of all life on Earth within the next 1000 years if current emission trends continued. The only solution she could find for the planet to recover was to somehow cease human activity. Within ten years, these beliefs would be vindicated by the discovery of climate change in line with de Mirabeau's hypothesis, but at the time the environment was not a great concern. In 1989, Mirabeau's small following of supporters formed the organization mama, dedicated to defending their Mother Earth. Their primary objective was to find and use some means to halt the activity of mankind on the planet. Since their foundation they have pursued this seemingly impossible goal. Among their membership was Emma Wielant and the founders of ALTIMIT Corporation.