INVESTING IN SALTWATER AGRICULTURE: THE NEXT BIG THING

In this program, Hazel Henderson and NASA Chief Scientist Dennis Bushnell continue their exploration of the massive global potential in shifting over-investments in food and agriculture dependent on the planet’s 3% of freshwater to the other halt of the plant kingdom: the 10,000 salt-loving (halophyte) plants that can fill human …

2018 Green Transition Scoreboard® Media Release

“Our report shows that the best way to capture carbon is still Nature’s way: through proper use of land and forests and we point out that the largest new opportunity is in shifting toward, plant-based diets and salt-loving plants for human food, grown on saltwater on the planet’s 40% of degraded …

Aquaponics: No Soil, No Waste

“In nature there is no waste. Every waste product becomes a benefit for another event – and that’s what we try to do here.” says Myles Harston, of AquaRanch Industries, who has been working with aquaponics 1992. In an aquaponic system, the people feed the fish, the fish waste feeds …

News Release: CHAMPION COAST REDWOOD TREE CLONES PLANTED AT PORT ORFORD BUFFINGTON PARK – PDF Doc Attached

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: David Milarch Archangel Ancient Tree Archive – Co-Founder Tel. 231/883/5366 – [email protected]                                                                                  www.anacientreearchive.org                                                            www.portorford.org/   CHAMPION COAST REDWOOD TREE CLONES PLANTED AT PORT ORFORD BUFFINGTON PARK …

Banks Now Realizing Importance and Potential for Water Investments

According to the World Economic Forum, water scarcity ranks first among all long-term risks worldwide. Australia, brazil and the United States are only a few examples of where droughts have affected everything from agriculture, hydropower and those everyday tasks most of take for granted. California’s annual snowpack this year was …

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Helping growers mitigate costly droughts

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News     Helping growers mitigate costly droughts Posted: 18 Jun 2014 09:20 AM PDT The Agricultural Reference Index for Drought, or ARID, used more than 100 years of climate data to reasonably predict drought levels in crops on several farms in Florida and Georgia. Scientists say …

World Day to Combat Desertification Bulletin – Vol. 4 No. 2 – World Day to Combat Desertification Global Observance Event – Briefing Note

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