Global Witness is working to end government support for fossil gas and accelerate a global transition to genuinely sustainable energy sources. Gas is a fossil fuel. And its use is growing at a rate faster than any other on the planet. Since 2016 fossil gas has been responsible for more than half of the increase … Read more FOSSIL GAS: PART OF THE PROBLEM AND NEVER THE ANSWER
By Mayukh Saha, Soon you wouldn’t need to buy snacks while roaming in the streets of Copenhagen. The city council has recently made a decision of planting fruit trees for the whole community. Many trees will be planted including apple trees and blackberry bushes. The trees are to be planted in public places like playgrounds, … Read more In Copenhagen, They Will Be Planting Communal Fruit Trees In The Streets
Physicist plans to karate-chop them with super-fast blasts of light. By Robby Berman, Gérard Mourou has already won a Nobel for his work with fast laser pulses. If he gets pulses 10,000 times faster, he says he can modify waste on an atomic level. If no solution is found, we’re already stuck with some 22,000 … Read more Lasers could cut lifespan of nuclear waste from “a million years to 30 minutes,” says Nobel laureate
Shreya Chauhan, Scientists may have found a whale that is older than USA – the whale may have been alive since 25 years before the USA existed. Scientists have made the discovery that many mammals live far longer than expected, meaning the Bowhead whale has an average 268-year life expectancy. This whale lives in the Arctic and was previously known … Read more Scientists Have Found A 268-Year-Old Whale, That’s Probably 25 Years Older Than USA!
By Amy S., Vertical farming with Tower Gardens is on the ‘rise’ and rightfully so. You can grow a variety of plants without ANY soil and 90% LESS water. It also requires 10x less space so you can do a lot more in a smaller area. That means easily growing fresh herbs, fruits, vegetables, and … Read more Next Gen Farming Without Soil and 90% Less Water ( You can grow a Variety of Plants Without ANY Soil and 90% LESS Water )
An invitation to a Wellness Discussion from the Nature Restoration Group of Prepare For Change: If the start of the holiday season this week has you questioning, again, why so much pomposity and expectation comes with the festivities, you are not alone. Eating. Shopping. Travel. Family. Giving of Thanks. Forgiveness. Sound like your four-day weekend … Read more Holiday Deceptions – Zoom Call Saturday Information Update!
By Guest Writer Kenny Gill, Before delving into the threats and solutions to biodiversity, we first need to understand what biodiversity is. So, what is biodiversity? This is the pillar, which permits or sanctions the functioning of ecosystems and thriving of human beings. Without biodiversity, human beings, plants, as well as animals, would not be … Read more Solutions on How to Stop Biodiversity Loss
by Derek Knauss The release of the first Newsletter for our Nature Restoration Group brings us great joy and satisfaction! Nature Restoration plans to use this as an easy method to periodically update you on all of the things that are happening with our group. We hope you enjoy it and share it with your … Read more Nature Restoration Group Newsletter – Introduction
by Shari Bitsis Unity Consciousness As we stand on the precipice of change, we often find ourselves fearful of what may come. However, all we truly need to do is ground ourselves and tune into the rising frequencies of our Beloved Planet. When we do this, we find an energy so beautiful and peaceful. This … Read more Nature Restoration Group – On the Precipice of Change, Stepping into Planetary Stewardship
By Mayukh Saha, At a meeting of the Royal Geographic Society of London, Earthwatch Institute declared bees the most invaluable species on this planet, as reported by The Guardian in 2008. And along with it comes this disturbing piece of news. If the bees were to disappear today, mankind would follow suit very soon! Scientists and wildlife experts have joined … Read more The Bee Has Been Declared “The Most Important Living Being On The Planet”