Food supplies around the world face collapse if the use of nitrogen fertiliser is severely restricted under Net Zero requirements
Africa resists policies that promote primitive farming and energy, and making muffins out of flies
"... The Green Leap Forward has set humanity on a fast track to another man-made catastrophe. ..." - a warning from a respected US academic who was born and raised in Communist China.
Kawamura added that a fertilizer ban would “collapse the production curve” in California within about three years of implementation.
The answer is that the usual environmental zealots, in coordination of course with the UN, have embarked on a war against nitrogen. Or maybe it’s a war on all agriculture, with nitrogen just being the excuse. You be the...
and not 𝗼𝗻𝗲 mention that the catastrophe was because the President decided to have Sri Lanka go organic on April 27, 2021
The chattering classes who jet to conferences at Davos or Aspen have for years been telling the rest of us that our biggest immediate threats are climate change, environmental disasters and biodiversity loss.
Most of Sri Lanka’s tea is grown by smaller farmers, like Rohan Tilak Gurusinghe, who owns two acres of land close to the village of Kadugunnawa.
According to Carbon Brief, the success of organic farming in Cuba and the USA demonstrates the Sri Lankan failure was caused by incompetence, not by a lack of agricultural chemicals.
A global food crisis is looming, so policymakers everywhere need to think hard about how to make food cheaper and more plentiful.
As Dutch police shoot at the children of farmers in the Netherlands, it is worth reviewing where lunatic green agricultural policies can lead.
From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By Paul Homewood h/t Joe Public https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0018c87/newsnight-16062022?page=1 BBC Newsnight ran a piece a week ago on the economic crisis in Sri Lanka,…
Elephants are thought to bring good luck, and that's certainly true for anyone lucky enough to stay in this elephant-shaped eco-resort in Sri Lanka. Located near the famous Yala National Park in southeast Sri Lanka, this...
Passive House certification — one of the leading green standards for ultra-low energy architecture — has finally touched down in South Asia with the completion of the Star Innovation Center near Colombo, Sri Lanka...
Scientists at the University of Buffalo have discovered an adept way of storing renewable energy thanks to waste water produced from the textile industry...
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