Category Archives: Food & Farming

Fertilisers, soil health, biochar, regenerative agriculture, ocean farming, phosphorus, etc.

Electric food is climate immune food from a factory!

Electric food? It’s here – they’ve just got to get the scale up to bring the price down. The only thing grown here with photosynthesis was the salad flavourings. The buns, meat, and even mayo are all SOLEIN! Solein is … Continue reading

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The battle against climate change will be won or lost in our oceans

This 8 minute summary from the BBC covers revolutions in Australian kelp farming and what we have learned. However, it does not cover all the challenges the ocean faces. Extra heat means less turnover in the water column: the nutrient … Continue reading

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Fix the ocean and trap carbon for $10 per ton CO2?

I love this clever 4 minute youtube video. There may be limits of this technology’s ability to pump olivine into the oceans and be effective at trapping CO2 – some papers suggest about 9% of our annual output. But at … Continue reading

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‘Clean’ milk that tastes real

Imagine drinking REAL tasting milk that didn’t hurt cows or create methane? Soy and oat milks may have their fans, and I don’t *mind* them – but I’m really keen on a ‘real’ tasting alternative milk. Apparently they’ve found a … Continue reading

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Shellenberger rabid – and I will gradually edit out my many references to his work as he has proved unreliable

Michael Shellenberger’s latest book is the last straw for me. I’m done referencing his work. If we can’t trust him to be professional and objective in his journalism about climate change science, especially when he is not a trained engineer, … Continue reading

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