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Amazon Canopy Study Can Predict Responses To Climate Change And Human Activity

RedOrbit: By studying thousands of canopy tree species in the western Amazon, researchers from the Carnegie Institution for Science’s Department of Global Ecology have uncovered geographically nested patterns of chemical traits they say will help determine how the ecosystem will respond to changes in land use and climate. Continue reading

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EARTH MEANDERS: The Great Rainforest Heist: Greenpeace, WWF, RAN, FSC and REDD+ Conspiracy to Log Earth’s Last Primary Forests for Their Protection

By Earth Meanders , a project of Ecological Internet CONTACT: Dr. Glen Barry, [email protected] WHEN GOOD RAINFOREST GROUPS GO BAD you get monoculture and secondary forest plantations where ancient intact primary rainforests once stood, called sustainable forest management and carbon forestry, by BINGO’s (big NGOs) and United Nations greenwashers, paid for with your membership fees and taxes. Continue reading

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EARTH MEANDERS: The Great Rainforest Heist: Greenpeace, WWF, RAN, FSC and REDD+ Conspiracy to Log Earth’s Last Primary Forests for Their Protection

By Earth Meanders , a project of Ecological Internet CONTACT: Dr. Glen Barry, [email protected] WHEN GOOD RAINFOREST GROUPS GO BAD you get monoculture and secondary forest plantations where ancient intact primary rainforests once stood, called sustainable forest management and carbon forestry, by BINGO’s (big NGOs) and United Nations greenwashers, paid for with your membership fees and taxes. Continue reading

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Sugarcane cools climate

ScienceDaily: Brazilians are world leaders in using biofuels for gasoline. About a quarter of their automobile fuel consumption comes from sugarcane, which significantly reduces carbon dioxide emissions that otherwise would be emitted from using gasoline. Now scientists from the Carnegie Institution’s Department of Global Ecology have found that sugarcane has a double benefit. Continue reading

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Sugar cane ethanol cools climate when it replaces cattle pasture

Mongabay: Sugar cane ethanol cools climate when it replaces cattle pasture Converting cattle pasture and cropland in Brazil to sugar cane helps cool local climate reports research published in Nature Climate Change. Continue reading

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Sugar cane ethanol cools climate when it replaces cattle pasture

Mongabay: Sugar cane ethanol cools climate when it replaces cattle pasture Converting cattle pasture and cropland in Brazil to sugar cane helps cool local climate reports research published in Nature Climate Change. Scientists with the Carnegie Institutions’s Department of Global Ecology at Stanford University and the University of Montana analyzed temperature, reflectivity, and evapotranspiration from satellite data across 733,000 square miles–an area larger than the state of Alaska Continue reading

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Ecological Internet Strong, Bold & Almost To Goal

Keep grassroots global biocentric portals and advocacy for global ecological sustainability. 10 DAYS TO GIFT EI’S EARTH ADVOCACY! Dear fellow Earth lovers, Together we are the largest, most effective biocentric campaign for global ecological sustainability. Continue reading

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