Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Warnings from the Far North

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Jan 18 2022

“Forces profound and alarming are reshaping the upper reaches of the North Pacific and Arctic oceans, breaking the food chain […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Japan’s Upcoming Nuclear Waste Dump

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Dec 08 2021

Nuclear waste is an interminable curse that eternally haunts the future of civilization for hundreds/thousands of years.  “The challenge of […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Burned-out Forests Are Not Regrowing

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Dec 04 2021

Trees are not regrowing in burned-out forests. This strange occurrence is becoming more frequent as global warming turns verdant flora […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

The Woody Biomass Blunder

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Nov 17 2021

One of the most controversial fixes for global warming is the use of woody biomass — cutting trees, burning trees […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Mother Nature, Inc.

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Nov 09 2021

Wall Street investors have hit the jackpot. Soon they’ll be able to buy, own, and dictate The Commons, public lands, […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Code Red on FacingFuture.TV

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Oct 18 2021

FacingFuture.TV recently hosted a preview of the upcoming IPCC 2021 UN climate report, which report guides the gathering of dignitaries […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Nate Hagens, on Earth and Humanity

by Manuel Garcia, Jr. Posted on Jul 10 2021

Watch the video presentation “Earth and Humanity: Myth and Reality,” (2:52:15) by Nate Hagens, linked below. Hagens presents an analysis […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

The Net Zero Mirage

by Robert Hunziker Posted on May 30 2021

“Net Zero by 2050” is the rallying cry of scientists and policymakers throughout the world. However, that epithet echoes past […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

The Coming Time of Less Energy

by Henry Robertson Posted on May 24 2021

    Energy is the underappreciated driver of life. Humanity is at a turning point from energy present and energy […]

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More Reading Recommended By GST

Damned from the Start

by Frani Halperin Posted on Nov 03 2019

America’s reservoirs are filling up with sediment. Their storage capacity peaked in the 1980s and it’s been going downhill ever […]

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How trees could save the climate

by ETH Zurich Posted on Oct 11 2019

Around 0.9 billion hectares of land worldwide would be suitable for reforestation, which could ultimately capture two thirds of human-made […]

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Why we can’t just #PlantATree

by Eleanor Goldfield Posted on Sep 29 2019

As environmental author and journalist Fred Pearce noted in an article in April, “there are growing concerns that the reforestation […]

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