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The Amazon rainforest has been shaped for millennia by human occupation, but of a kind that is very different from the logging, razing for cattle ranches, and plowing for soy that we see today. Traditional Amazon systems have been based on diversity, not monoculture, taking advantage of a multitude of different crops and wild-harvested foods, […]
Michael Jenkins: I am here with Dr. Bruce Beehler, who is a research associate at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. We first met in 1991 in the highlands of Papua New Guinea looking for birds of paradise. Prior to his retirement, he worked at the Wildlife Conservation Society and Conservation International. He is […]
RT @supply_change: How can financial institutions direct capital toward sustainably sourced and produced commodities? Leading voices i… https://t.co/kKo22zuNB4
"Antibodies from Winter, a 4-year-old llama with great eyelashes, have neutralized coronavirus and other infections… twitter.com/i/web/status/12584…
The remoteness of their communities, illegal activity on their land, and lack of access to relief resources make in… twitter.com/i/web/status/12577…
RT @NatureBasedSols: Please join us for a series of online dialogues with world-leading experts discussing what we mean by successful, s… https://t.co/bJOU0ZPvNF
RT @ProjectDrawdown: "There is already an economical large-scale technology for removing carbon from the atmosphere: agroforestry."… https://t.co/KjhB8HXbZK
COVID-19 highlighted the fragility of global supply chains & food security. Unfortunately the pandemic also provide… twitter.com/i/web/status/12552…
Covid-19: Lessons From the Yanomami www.nytimes.com/2020/04/27/opi…
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