Category Archives: Conservation: saving life

Regenerative agriculture is permaculture at the industrial scale!

It tells you to sell your sheep during a drought, and stops you getting into debt. It tells you how to manage your land so your ground-cover doesn’t blow away, so your land is immune to locust plagues, and so … Continue reading

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Drones to reforest logged areas fast and cheap?

I love this. One drone can plant as many seeds as 10 people, and one pilot can control 10 drones. This means one person doing the work of 100 seed planters – and the drones are firing a diverse selection … Continue reading

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Great — ocean acidification has it’s own feedback loop that can cascade out of control.

Long story short — as CO2 adds to ocean acidity, it eats at various carbon deposits already in the oceans and makes the ocean more acidic. If we push it too far, various tiny shelled critters cannot make a strong … Continue reading

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Adani approved at risk of losing desert oasis.

Wow, what a surprise. The Adani corporation have promised that they really truly wuly studied the water impacts on a local desert oasis wetlands. The Queensland government just rolled over and accepted their findings. I mean, Adani hired someone who … Continue reading

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Insect burgers smell good

The Guardian explains:- One passerby who tried the burger, Manfred Roedder, said it was a good alternative to meat, adding: “I had reservations at first, but I got a second serving because it tasted so good.” Baris Özel, the co-founder … Continue reading

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