“A system that places monetary value on products and services but places little value on their source is not sustainable.”

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  • increase biomass and bio-productivity
  • increase and protect bio-cultural diversity
  • accumulate organic matter as a real store of wealth and health
  • increase community resilience
  • build food, energy, and water sovereignty at the community level
  • leverage the power of collaborative abundance
  • and address environmental degradation and the causes for hunger, poverty, ill health, migration, and war.

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Emergency Planetary Technician and Climate Science Wonk — using naturopathic remedies to recover the Holocene without geoengineering or ponzinomics.

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