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"What's Good for You is Good for Me." Regards, The Earth.

A study published today in the journal Nature Climate Change used models to predict the state of Earth, the number of humans, and their food requirements in the year 2050. 688 more words


Nature Ramble

Off into a far off country.


No NOT the movie!

…and the world’s rarest bird.

Madagascar pochard, world’s rarest bird, needs new home

The Madagascar pochard, the world’s rarest bird, will not be able to thrive without a new wetland home. 495 more words

Nature Ramble

Congress Spotlight #26: To manage forests sustainably - think synergy

To manage forests sustainably – think synergy

PDF for download

A comprehensive study of the conditions that assist sustainable forest development will be published at the upcoming IUFRO World Congress this fall in Salt Lake City, USA. 633 more words

IUFRO Spotlight

A Map to Build Roads to a Better Future

When I learned that the pesticide DDT–widely toxic and now widely banned–has snaked its way into polar bears and beluga whales, I questioned if any environment remains pristine on terrestrial Earth. 629 more words


New government, old challenges in natural resource management

By Fitrian Ardiansyah, published in Coal Asia, August 17 – September 20, 2014, page 142-143

for the pdf version (9.8MB), please see: Opinion Fitrian Ardiansyah_CoalAsia_AugSep2014… 1,207 more words


Deforestation: Brazil is a success story for conservation

Eva Botkin-Kowacki – The Christian Science Monitor, 8/28/2014

Climate scientists link about 10 percent of annual global carbon increase to the effects of deforestation. But a new study points to a promising shift. 61 more words

Nation, Politics & Government

on poetry and politics: groundings 6

on poetry and politics
23 August 2014

I’m getting tired of talking. Lot of people yak yak yaking but shit still the same or worse. I scale back my internet time and increase my garden time. 1,998 more words