When someone claims that we can cool the earth safely and naturally in a decade, you would think people would be interested, right? This would be especially so when this claim comes from climate scientist Walter Jehne. I picked up Walter's ideas from a good friend who was very patient with me because I was … Continue reading More evidence for direct cooling
Tai Tokerau is a slim peninsula about 320 km long. The Northland Region has 3200 kms of coastline and harbour shoreline, including the Kaipara Harbour, which has the longest shoreline of any harbour in the world. Our marine ecosystems range from the pristine Poor Knights Islands, to the degraded waterways in our harbours. 700,000 tonnes … Continue reading Marine permaculture for Tai Tokerau?
Here is a superb animation that captures the importance of the water cycle in climate change. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8B4tST8ti8 It is based on the work of Charles Eisenstein in his book, Climate, a New Story. He warns against "carbon reductionism" and states that to reverse climate disruption "the most urgent priority is to protect and restore soil, … Continue reading New water paradigm
Among the grand delusions that we suffer from is the idea that we can have a successful economy, or an undegraded environment, but not both. Our environment is sacrificed in the pursuit of economic progress. But if we look into our history, we can see that environmental destruction has led to economic and often, societal … Continue reading Is it possible to have healthy environments and a healthy economy?
In a major step forward for regenerative farming, the Calm the Farm website was launched on 10 March. The website aims to support the transition to regenerative agriculture in New Zealand. Regenerative farming is the most direct way to restore water quality. It also sequesters carbon and supports direct cooling of the land, improves food … Continue reading Calm the Farm launched