Posted by edro on November 22, 2008
About 35 % of China’s agricultural land is affected by desertification
The world must help China reverse its collapse feedback!
Dead/withered trees near the Minqin oasis caused by falling level of groundwater. Photo Credit: Benoit Aquin, The Walrus. Image may be subject to copyright. Click here for photo album.
Posted in food production, land degradation, Mechanism of Collapse, traditional agriculture, Wild Facts | Tagged: collapse feedback, desertification, Severe soil erosion, topsoil, World’s Collapsing Cities | 3 Comments »
Posted by edro on September 5, 2008
VLS Accelerated Food Production Amid Environmental Chaos
The most highly sought after technology in the next 12 – 24 months could be VLS accelerated hydroponics. That is the know-how to produce large amounts of food in confined (or semi-confined) environments within a short time cycle and without the need for soil.
VLS: Very Large Scale
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