Regenerative farming update

In the words of Mike Taitoko of Calm the Farm "regenerative farming globally is a freight train that has left the station - and is only going one way". It seems like there is growing momentum that will shift farming away from extractive industrial farming. Here are some highlights from the last few months. Regenerative … Continue reading Regenerative farming update

Direct cooling of the planet

Walter Jehne spoke in Whangarei on 2 March at NorthTec's Te Puna o te Matauranga marae. He was inspirational and all the feedback I have heard from his audience has been very positive. We will make video of his presentation available soon. If you are not familiar with Walter's message, read about it here. Photo … Continue reading Direct cooling of the planet

More pines = more methane?

Last Sunday on Radio NZ, kiwi climate science Jim Salinger spoke of his current research in North America. A colleague gathering air over pine forests found that the pines "burb" isoprenes that inhibit the removal of methane from the atmosphere. The Science Direct website explains the impact of isoprenes in the atmosphere stating it "reacts with … Continue reading More pines = more methane?