Climate Belief Forensics II

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Editor’s Note: This is part II of a series. If you haven’t already, read Part I first. Considering the Latin root of the word, "forensics" is about bringing something before the forum the public perhaps should know about. And certainly, exploring the question where influential beliefs about the climate come from seems quite relevant. These… Read more »

Sustainable Tropical Agriculture Systems in Southern Belize

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by Albert Bates Getting to the Maya Mountain Research Farm in southern Belize is its own wild side adventure. You can fly or bus to Punta Gorda Town on the coast and then bus or taxi up to San Pedro Columbia, a little village in the highlands of the Maya Mountains that is a jumping… Read more »


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Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts Reports from BP and Exxon-Mobil predict ongoing and massive increases in CO2 levels due to energy consumption…. whilst the consequences thereof threaten belt-tightening worldwide.