Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Climate Change is Killing Trees

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Apr 24 2022

A long time ago in the Milky Way galaxy on a planet named Earth the trees died. It only happened […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Wood Pellet Manufacturing in a Rainforest

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Apr 01 2022

The wood-pellet industry has full-scale operations smack dab in the heart of British Columbia’s Inland Temperate Rainforest, the last rainforest […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Antarctica on Edge

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Mar 29 2022

East Antarctica, often times referred to as “the final frontier of global warming,” is making headlines once again. A few […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

The Truth About IPCC Reports

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Mar 26 2022

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in many respects is a Delphic institution whose reports are a function of […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Climate Breakdown

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Mar 05 2022

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued its direst warning of all-time: “Climate breakdown is accelerating rapidly.” Additionally, […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Scenario 2050

by Henry Robertson Posted on Mar 01 2022

No one knows what the world will be like in 2050 as a result of the worsening climate. My scenario […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

15 Nuclear Reactors in the Midst of Battle

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Mar 01 2022

Russian forces have captured Chernobyl, a 1,000 square mile radioactive exclusion zone. But more significantly, what about Ukraine’s nuclear reactors […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Ocean Heat Killing Spree

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Feb 16 2022

The oceans of the world are undergoing a dangerous and damaging upheaval that manifests throughout scientific studies of late. Whether […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

The Oceans Are Overheating

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Jan 25 2022

The world’s oceans in 2021 witnessed the hottest temperatures in recorded history. (Source: Lijing Cheng, et al, Another Record: Ocean […]

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Green Steel

by Charlotte King Posted on Feb 05 2020

It’s fast-growing, flexible and strong. Standing underneath a bamboo canopy, it is easy to understand why people have been using […]

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As the Birds Vanish

by Andrew Nikiforuk Posted on Jan 16 2020

Technology may have given us a greater vision, but it has muted our ability to act because we have become […]

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