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2023-01-15 18:07
AI Literary Collaboration Familiar Innovations that changed human life include wheels and sails for transport, the multifaceted industrial revolution in material goods production, photograph… Read More
2022-11-14 13:46
But what if growth is at best doing little to fix the world’s problems, and at worst fostering the destruction of the planet and jeopardizing its future? Continue reading &ra&hell…Read More
2022-06-04 15:29
The Cherokee Tribe is a sovereign nation with rights guaranteed by a treaty ratified by the U. S. Congress and signed by the U. S. President. The Tribe’s relationship with the United&n&hell…Read More
2021-03-28 16:36
Today is #WeedAppreciationDay. Before humans, weeds were almost entirely beneficial for Earth’s ecosystems. Problems began when we transported weeds across natural barriers created by… Read More
2020-09-10 13:30
"The Living Planet Index tracked 20,811 populations of 4,392 vertebrate species and it recorded a 68 percent decline between 1970 and 2016. Over-consumption by humans is primarily to bl… Read More
2020-07-24 14:41
population's daughter product, climate change, might continue destroying life long after Humans are gone.  Continue reading → Read More
2020-07-09 00:55
Scientists see a problem, think of solutions, and test the solutions. It doesn't matter if it's a stalled car or a shooting star. Continue reading → Read More
Sharing The Earth
2020-06-04 13:19
We are in a planetary recession marked by biodiversity collapse, climatic upheavals, freshwater shortages, global toxification, and unprecedented human and nonhuman displacements (Ripple et… Read More
2020-04-06 19:19
Illustrated guide to 146 bird species seen at Coldwater Farm during the first two decades of the Twenty-first Century. Continue reading → Read More
2020-02-21 00:35
POSTCRIPT I published the blog post below in 2017. It discusses a scientific analysis and climate-change warning published in the journal Nature. The critical element of the scientists&rsquo&hell…Read More
2019-06-14 23:07
The first thought produced by Stinknet is that its bright yellow flowers are beautiful. The next thought, however, is that something stinks. Stinknet produces resinous sap that smells like a… Read More
2019-06-01 22:53
The conservation easement will protect the farm from all future development. We will continue to occupy our house and pay property taxes, but no other building will ever be permitted. Contin… Read More
2019-04-29 01:00
“The numbers are staggering,” says the former Romanian environment minister. “I hope we aren’t the first species to document our own extinction.” Continue readi… Read More
2019-04-14 19:02
As the majority of the world's citizens become aware that both climate and extinction are in danger of spiraling out of control, there are growing efforts to direct our governments to take a… Read More
2019-04-09 00:14
This spring's record-setting storms are just the beginning. In fact, in a few years they will seem quite feeble compared to what's coming. Continue reading → Read More
2019-02-10 19:44
Trump and Republicans such as Mitch McConnell want the U. S. to become a Fascist country controlled by and for the wealthy. Sanders and Progressives such as AOC want the country to become a… Read More
2019-02-08 01:19
Originally posted on strange behaviors: Australia’s southern black-throated finch: Going, going … This one caught my eye because it’s such a pretty bird, and because of th… Read More
2018-12-13 19:22
Photographs of the Birds of Coldwater Farm Here are pictures of the 137 birds observed at Coldwater Farm through 2017. Click photographs to see photographer credits in image titles. For info… Read More
2018-10-24 23:07
If we could limit emissions and subsequent temperature rise to 1.5 degrees celsius, the storms would continue to grow, but away from the coasts, little flood walls and rooftop solar panels w… Read More
2018-09-25 18:37
Eventually, a new balance will be struck between incoming solar energy and outgoing heat. Reaching the new balance will take hundreds, probably thousands, of years. Earth will be uninhabitab… Read More
2018-08-07 19:44
"Our study suggests that human-induced global warming of two degrees Celsius may trigger other Earth system processes, often called "feedbacks," that can drive further warming - even if we s… Read More
2018-07-10 18:06
Humanity is on a collision course with Nature. A damaged Nature will survive. We may not. We must change course to avert an ecological disaster. Continue reading → Read More
2018-06-19 19:11
Like band-aids on skinned knees, weeds protect soil from erosion by wind and water. This is good, and should be good enough for us to be selective (not stereotyping) in our attitude toward w… Read More
2018-05-24 20:02
We know that our house, sheds, and pastures replaced habitat that wild animals could use. As we have learned the importance of wild plants and animals, we have realized that the land was not… Read More
2018-05-03 19:28
In their rapid colonization of soil exposed by fires, floods, and grazing animals, weeds resemble the human specialists we label Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Weeds are the first res… Read More
2017-10-22 00:31
By our calculation, pea- and soy-based alternative meat products with similar nutritional amino acid value to Nanno could be produced using 6.4 times less freshwater than beef, but would req… Read More
2017-09-21 19:57
Despite its small size and mild demeanor, Annual Bluegrass has traveled with people from its Eurasian home to establish in every continent. In America, Sereno Watson found it in the Great Ba… Read More

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