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Drought in the American West and rising food prices

Drought in the American West and rising food prices

The good folk at TruNews think this is part of a move to an Ice Age. With what I know with years of research, I know better. MEGADROUGHT: WESTERN USA ENTERING WORST DROUGHT IN 1200 YEARS Today on TRUNEWS, host Edward Szall looks at the increasing mainstream science reports on the coming megadrought in the Western US. With forecasters saying that they haven’t seen anything like this in 1200 years, how will this impact the food supply and migration of…

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Humans Have Altered 97 Percent of Earth’s Land Through Habitat and Species Loss

Humans Have Altered 97 Percent of Earth’s Land Through Habitat and Species Loss

The study, which did not include Antarctica, also identified opportunities to restore up to 20 percent of land ecosystems Smoke lingers following fires in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest in August 2020. (Photo by Ernesto Carriço/NurPhoto via Getty Images) By Theresa Machemer SMITHSONIANMAG.COM APRIL 20, 2021 6:30AM A study published on April 15 in the journal Frontiers in Forests and Global Change presents evidence that only about three percent of Earth’s land ecosystems remain untouched by human activity. The analysis focuses on large swaths…

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Farmers Warn That The Megadrought In The Western U.S. Threatens To Cause Devastating Crop Failures In 2021

Farmers Warn That The Megadrought In The Western U.S. Threatens To Cause Devastating Crop Failures In 2021

by Michael Snyder Economic Collapse, April 19, 2021 Throughout U.S. history, there have always been droughts in the western half of the country from time to time, but what we are dealing with now is truly alarming.  Scientists tell us that a multi-year “megadrought” has developed in the southwestern portion of the country, and this is the worst year of that “megadrought” so far by a wide margin.  If conditions do not radically improve soon, we are going to have a…

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NO NEW GROWTH in California forests

NO NEW GROWTH in California forests

“I was shocked when we went up there because usually in April we have a lot of new growth and old growth, and we didn’t see any new growth on the shrubs,” said Craig Clements, a SJSU professor and director of the center. “We weren’t seeing any of the lighter colored, bright green new growth sprouting out of the growth. Usually we take clippings of new stems and there weren’t any. This has never happened”.” ‘This has never happened’: California’s…

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