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Biodiversity charity director celebrates human population decline, says reduction of living humans will help governments meet climate change targets

May 11, 2023 -

In the piece, Feldstein openly celebrates the depopulation that has already been ramping up in recent years, which we know is due to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "pandemic" and the "vaccines" that were released under Operation Warp Speed.

Birth rates are down massively; tens of millions of people are needlessly dead; and now the United Nations is predicting much larger population reductions by the year 2050, which Feldstein says is "good news" on the global warming front....

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GMOs linked to increased pesticide use and loss of biodiversity

March 22, 2023 - biodiversity loss

The planet needs a healthy, biodiverse and functioning ecosystem, especially one that depends on a "rich diversity of plants, animals and insects."

This is crucial because agricultural land that is biodiverse is more productive and more able to cope with unexpected changes, such as climate or cyclical levels of plant diseases or invasive species.

Research also suggests that healthy soil can absorb and hold more CO2 than damaged soil.

However, modern ...

Biodiversity key to sustainable biofuel according to University of Minn. researcher's findings (press release)

July 17, 2006 - printable article

Biodiversity key to sustainable biofuel according to University of Minn. researcher's findings (press release)

These findings, published in the June 1 issue of Nature, are the culmination of 12 years of experiments conducted by David Tilman, Regents Professor of Ecology at the University of Minnesota, to explore the value of biodiversity. The research was carried out at Cedar Creek Natural History Area, near Cambridge, a field ...

WARMING IS GOOD: Slight warming in Arctic, sub-Arctic seas boosts biodiversity, study finds

February 03, 2023 -

Some polar areas and regions around the tropics are said to be seeing a slight warming of temperatures, which is also bringing with it new animal species that are enriching these areas with more life, the paper, published in the journal PNAS, found.

Researchers acquired data from more than 20,000 trawl surveys in the Norwegian and Barents Seas between 1994 and 2020. This is what lead author Cesc Gordó-Vilaseca had to say about what they found:

"In 1994, an average ...

Biodiversity key to sustainable biofuel according to University of Minn. researcher's findings (press release)

July 17, 2006 - Biodiversity key to sustainable biofuel according to University of Minn. researcher's findings (press release)

Monday, July 17, 2006 by: NewsTargetTags: health news, Natural News, nutritionThese findings, published in the June 1 issue of Nature, are the culmination of 12 years of experiments conducted by David Tilman, Regents Professor of Ecology at the University of Minnesota, to explore the value of biodiversity. The research was carried out at Cedar Creek ...

How organic farming practices preserve biodiversity in the natural world while growing healthy abundant food

May 29, 2023 -

Scientists at the Rodale Institute, a non-profit dedicated to research on organic farming, note that organic farming practices enrich the soil, allowing it to hold more air and water and supplying crops with a steady release of nutrients while also hosting a robust population of beneficial microorganisms that play important roles in plant health.

Here are some organic farming practices that help preserve the biodiversity of the natural world while, at the same time, ...

Biodiversity results in healthier, more productive ecosystems and can even help guard against extreme weather

September 27, 2017 -

As explained by the study’s lead author, marine ecologist, Emmet Duffy on Science Daily, “Protecting [biodiversity] is important for keeping the ecosystems working for us, providing food, absorbing waste and protecting shorelines, which is important right now.”

Duffy and his team wanted to go beyond the four walls of scientific testing and look at the true power of wild nature. For this purpose, the group gathered data from 67 observational studies of nature ...

‘Grim’ report warns 40% of US animals at risk of extinction

February 09, 2023 -

(Article by Jessica Corbett republished from

“For 50 years, the NatureServe Network has been collecting the information necessary to understand biodiversity imperilment in the United States. This new analysis of that data, a first in 20 years, makes crystal clear the urgency of that work,” said the group’s vice president for data and methods, Regan Smyth.

“Two-fifths of our ecosystems are in trouble. Freshwater invertebrates and many ...

$1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill contains “sinister” depopulation provisions: $575M to be spent on abortions in areas with high population growth

December 27, 2022 -

Of the $1.7 trillion – yes, that is trillion with a T – apportioned for spending next year, no less than $575 million of that is set to go toward "family planning" and "reproductive health" initiatives, specifically "in areas where population growth threatens biodiversity or endangered species."

According to Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC), these depopulation provisions are "sinister" in that they set the stage for expanded access to abortion in key areas of the country ...

Dangers from future technologies? It’s the current ones that are killing us

April 25, 2023 - biodiversity loss, acidification of the oceans and dramatic loss of Greenland's ice that may lead to a breakdown in the Gulf Stream ocean current that keeps much of Europe temperate—all this has gathered so much momentum that, frankly, we don't need any help from the future to kill ourselves as a species. (Oh, I almost forgot; we could obliterate ourselves with a nuclear winter without any new nuclear technology or warheads needed.)

It turns out that we may be doing ...

Australian Labor Party’s Net Zero plan involves killing koalas that get in the way of wind turbines

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In February 2022, the koala was listed as "endangered" in Queensland, New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) under the federal Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act. (Related: Koalas now officially recognized as an endangered species.)

"This is supposed to be the premier law for protecting Australia’s environment, yet it is powerless." Sadly, "meaningful legislation is the only way to protect the iconic koalas," ...

POLLINATOR COLLAPSE: U.S. beekeepers lost an estimated 48% of their honey bee colonies last year

June 29, 2023 -

Honey bee population decline spells trouble for US agriculture

To put matters into perspective, the 2020-2021 season saw an estimated 51% decline in honey bee colonies, and the 2021-2022 season saw a 39% drop. As the die-off trend continues, there will be ongoing consequences for agriculture and biodiversity, for honey bees pollinate over 100 different crop types and numerous wild herbs.

"Although the total number of honey bee colonies in the country has remained ...

America’s food supply loaded with petrochemical pesticide and fertilizer residues linked to children’s health problems

April 28, 2023 -

The 168-page issue contains a review of last year's scientific, peer-reviewed articles, policy deficiencies, and action for change points concerning the prolific use of petrochemical pesticides and fertilizers in the conventional food supply, warning that these toxic substances are harming people, animals, and the environment.

Unless something is done to rein in all this chemical contamination, children will continue to get sick, biodiversity will vanish, and ...

America’s $1.7 trillion omnibus bill contains millions in wasteful spending for LGBT perversion, border security for OTHER COUNTRIES

January 02, 2023 - biodiversity" due to human reproduction.

"That of the funds appropriated under title III of this Act, not less than $575,000,000 should be made available for family planning/reproductive health, including in areas where population growth threatens biodiversity or endangered species," a specific portion of the bill stated.

There are all sorts of pet projects that the omnibus funds as well, including a $3.6 million "Michelle Obama Trail" in the state ...

Forget oil. Now they are coming for the cows

December 19, 2022 - biodiversity in the Netherlands, forcing the government to impose drastic measures.”

“Devastated biodiversity?” This is food we’re talking about. Something humans require. Mother nature deals farmers enough bad hands, what with droughts, floods, fires, and pests. Now, the heavy hand of government believes it must get rid of cows because, well, they fart and urinate.

“From farm to fork, the food system generates about 31 percent of global greenhouse ...

National survey: Microplastic pollution around Great Britain’s coastline a hundred times worse than previously reported

April 06, 2023 -

The data for the research, which was aimed at building a picture of the many challenges facing British coastal waters, was collected by three teams competing in the GB Row Challenge, a 2,000-mile event that circumnavigates Great Britain. The rowers gathered data on microplastics, temperature, noise pollution and biodiversity using specialist equipment. The samples were taken to and analyzed by the UP scientists.

"Ocean pollution is one of the biggest challenges ...

Sustainable energy? Individual EV charging stations use equivalent power of 280 homes every single hour

22 days ago - biodiversity at an astounding rate while solar panels require extensive mining for rare-earth minerals in places like China and Africa where child slaves, oftentimes, are forced into dangerous situations for just pennies a day.

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Lawmakers raise concerns about USDA funding Chinese biotech firm blacklisted by the Department of Defense

August 03, 2023 - biodiversity. The USDA’s Agricultural Research Service awarded the firm $1 million, and it holds leadership roles in many of the project’s subcommittees.

Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee), Marco Rubio (R-Florida), Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack voicing reservations about the collaboration with BGI Genomics and its potential to compromise American national security as well as our ...

China trying to STARVE the world by destroying other nations’ ability to fish and feed themselves

July 21, 2023 - biodiversity. In the Atlantic, upwards of 25 to 100 different ocean species are going extinct every single year.

"Alaskan crab populations are gone," Argentinian sources say. "We have maybe 2-3 more years of fishing those before they are gone forever."

There are also reports that communist China is using "disguised boats" in the North Atlantic to dredge lobsters instead of live-trapping them as is usually the format. What this means is that no breeding or egg-carrying ...

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