Tag: rainforest

  • The “Sustainable Forest Management” Scam.

    Patrick Alley at TEDxExeter talks about how the logging industry and governments have conned people into believing that legal logging is ok and that organizations like the WWF are helping to improve the state of our forests. There’s an article on the redd-monitor site that’s worth reading too.  

  • Sustainable Development

    Sustainable Development

  • Trees Make Rain IV – Biotic Pump

    Trees Make Rain IV – Biotic Pump

    If you cut your forest, the winds will not blow from the ocean and will not bring you rain. Natural forests draw atmospheric moisture inland from the ocean in a positive feedback loop. This builds up precipitation inland, compensating for water lost through river flow and ultimately increasing river runoff due to the sustained low-pressure […]

  • WWF hopes to find $60 billion growing on trees

    The carbon credits scheme would make WWF and its partners much richer, but with no lowering of overall CO2 emissions, writes Christopher Booker in The Telegraph. For some background which will help this article make sense, see World Wide Fraud. And then do your own research, look into the backgrounds of the people involved, and […]

  • EU Commission in Biodiesel ‘Forest’ Scam

    A leaked draft EU document shows that the Commission would like to rename palm oil plantations as “forest” in order that biodiesel from palm oil plantations can still meet EU biofuels sustainability criteria. Palm oil expansion is a major cause of tropical rainforest destruction and biodiesel from palm oil can easily cause more greenhouse gas […]

  • Indigenous Tree Planting Campaign Hi-Jacked

    ECOTERRA Intl.—one of the co-founders of the original campaign—warned that the indiscriminate counting of even GM-trees planted by industries into the statistics of the now UNEP-led initiative gives a false picture and bears grave dangers. “A serious indigenous tree planting campaign carried out by honest people has been hi-jacked for the PR purposes of the […]

  • Amazon deforestation on the rise

    The Associated Press RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Amazon deforestation jumped 69 percent in the past 12 months — the first such increase in three years — as rising demand for soy and cattle pushes farmers and ranchers to raze trees, officials said Saturday. Some 3,145 square miles of forest were destroyed between August 2007 […]