Soil lost prevention aspects and issues
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The Global Community has had work concerning soil lost prevention aspects and issues ever since 1985. A short list of our previous work concerning soil lost prevention aspects and issues. Soil lost prevention

For more recent work concerning soil lost prevention aspects and issues read the following table.

 Month/year  Theme and Author  Read contents
 April 10, 2007   Peak Soil: Why cellulosic ethanol, biofuels are unsustainable and a threat to America. There are many serious problems with biofuels, especially on a massive scale, and it appears from this report that they cannot be surmounted. So let the truth of Alice Friedemannís meticulous and incisive diligence wash over you and rid you of any confusion or false hopes. The absurdity and destructiveness of large scale biofuels are a chance for people to eventually even reject the internal combustion engine and energy waste in general. One can also hazard from this report that bioplastics, as well, cannot make it in a big way. by Alice Friedemann, with Culture Change. Culture Change was founded by Sustainable Energy Institute. The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.   Read Peak Soil: Why cellulosic ethanol, biofuels are unsustainable and a threat to America
 February 10, 2007   Soil lost prevention aspects and issues, by Germain Dufour, Ecological impacts: achieving environmental conservation and protection, Reviewing of development projects   Read Soil lost prevention aspects and issues











 

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