Investment in Land Restoration: New Perspectives with Special Reference to Australia

Jay Owen Transforming Finance, Halophytes

Abstract: Investment in Land Restoration: New Perspectives with Special Reference to Australia by: John E. Leake Faculty of the Professions North Terrace Adelaide, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia Academic Editor: Marta Debolini Land 2021, 10(2), 156; https://doi.org/10.3390/land10020156 Received: 23 December 2020 / Revised: 27 January 2021 / Accepted: …

Climate/ Ecosystem Mitigation/ Remediation – Role of Halophytes

Jay Owen Halophytes

Climate/ Ecosystem Mitigation/ Remediation – Role of Halophytes Dennis M. Bushnell Chief Scientist NASA Langley Research Center Briefer Halophyte Activities…. Presentations at International Climate and water Forums Extensive “Futures” briefs and publications explicating, advocating, extoling such Through the tech advisor to Sec State, Halophyte site near Aswan, Egypt Adviser to …

How do systems change?

Jay Owen SRI/ESG News, Trendspotting, Nature/Biomimicry, Halophytes

“Ethical Markets welcomes this focus on deeper trends signaling longer-term changes provided by our UK-based friends at Forum for the Future.  We like their focus on changing our food systems by engaging chefs.  See our similar efforts to showcase gourmet chefs using wider arrays of overlooked, nourishing foods from indigenous farmers and those …

Think Covid-19 Disrupted the Food Chain? Wait and See What Climate Change Will Do

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, Sustainability News, Earth Systems Science, Halophytes, Latest Headlines

“Another glaring example of the cognitive limitations in the growing debate about the unsustainable global  food system , which as our reports show,  is limited by the cognitive bias identified by Daniel Kahneman as “theory-induced blindness “leading to the inability to see that current global food supplies are relying on …

Greening The Global Food System-Video

Jay Owen Green Prosperity, SRI/ESG News, Trendspotting, Earth Systems Science, Desert Greening, Halophytes, Latest Headlines

“This video recording of the expert seminar at Arizona State University(ASU), March 5, 2020, was convened to discuss halophyte plants worldwide and their wider adoption for many purposes: 1.) to expand the human food system from its perilous reliance on the planet’s dwindling 3% of freshwater; 2.) opportunities for investing …