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Foolish Farming – End of Food

We thought our Mother Channel viewers would find this episode of the The University of Earth, a reality TV series extremely interesting. The series are intended to facilitate the re-education of the world and design new systems of agriculture, waste, water, energy, conservation, fishing, etc. in harmony with natural systems. ...

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The Horrific Impacts of a Fracked Karoo

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Part 2 of Karoo a Fracking Disaster This 43:59 interview of Derek Light lawyer heading the legal opposition to fracking in the Karoo, brings important news about the horrific impacts of fracking in this ancient an fragile semi desert area as well as bringing us news about the status of ...

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Thermometer Readings “Up or Down” for Climate Action Countries

Climate Action Tracker is an independent science-based assessment consortium, tracking all countries‘ emission reduction pledges (Paris Agreement) and their implementation, with CAT assessments being regarded as the thermometer of international climate action ambition. The Climate Action Tracker Consortium with Dr (h.c.) Bill Hare and Prof. Dr Niklas Höhne, present an ...

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BioEnergy Future?.. A ‘Fossils Exit-Strategy’ for the World….Leave fossil fuels in the ground!

At the World BioEnergy Association (WBA) Press conference held at COP 22 in Marrakech, Bharadwaj Kummamuru – Project Officer for WBA ~ Biofuels and Bioenergy Projects introduced the panel of speakers who discussed the role of Bioenergy as detailed in the Paris Agreement. Dr Heinz Kopetz, former WBA president and current ...

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Karoo a Fracking Disaster


Karoo a Fracking Disaster Fracking is the process of drilling down into the earth before a high-pressure water mixture is directed at the rock to release the gas inside. Water, sand and chemicals are injected into the rock at high pressure which allows the gas to flow out to the ...

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