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Pint Glass With Ice Debunks Reports of Atlantic Ocean Current Collapse

There was no ambiguity to the title of the juried science journal article: “Warning of a forthcoming collapse of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation.” Any year within this century, ocean currents will completely stop if we continue to emit the same level of greenhouse gasses as we do today. When the movement of the Atlantic…

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Building Soil and Sequestering Carbon in Your Backyard with a Natural Lawn

Excessive greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere are warming our planet, damaging ecosystems, and increasing extreme weather events with devastating costs. There are currently 422 ppm of CO2 in the atmosphere, but scientists have set the critical goal of reducing those levels to 350 ppm. The question is, where can that carbon go? Soil is the…

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Soils, residential lawns with other grasses and groundwater are reducing the Climate Catastrophe

“​We’ve been so focused on fossil fuels and the short-term methane from burping cows that we’ve missed the significant amount of carbon (and water) being lost from under our feet to the air and to the seas.” Nicole Masters, For the Love of Soil Soil is the Elephant in the Climate Change Room With 2800 billion…

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Subsidiarity: A whale of a pattern of thought and an organizing principle for community-based environmental management

Off the coast of Maine, an explosive exhalation of air swept my attention over the sailboat’s starboard rail.  A broad stretch of hide rose like a pebbled sand bar the length of the twenty-seven-foot boat.  The right whale wheeled forward, sliding into opaque water while I stammered and pointed. I was alone at the helm…

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