Category Archives: Forests

Brazil can feed the world

Brazil is known for its stunning scenery, tasty caipirinhas, tantalizing carnivals, mighty Amazon river and enormous rainforest, but its real fame will come from the contributions of water and arable land to the 2050 story.  Brazil can feed the world. … Continue reading

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The F Word

Use the F word. Go ahead. Feels good to turn heads and command attention, doesn’t it? Those of us who care about sustainability need to sprinkle what we say with the F word. Continue reading

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Forest People

Early in the Book of Genesis God instructed humans to subdue nature.  “Subdue” is a provocative word, used sparingly in the Bible to evoke images of war, conquest, and defeated enemies. And this is what we did. We went to … Continue reading

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