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RE: Climate Change Mitigation and World's Food Sustainability: Agroforests may be just what the world needs

in STEMGeeks4 months ago

Climate Change World Food

Well, I believe Climate change is a significant threat to global food sustainability and most people are yet to see the gravity of the situation. The effects of rising temperatures, extreme weather events, and changing precipitation patterns can damage crops and disrupt food production.

Additionally, as the global population continues to grow, the demand for food will increase, putting further strain on food systems. It is paramount for individuals, governments, and organizations to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, adapt to the impacts of climate change, and promote sustainable food production practices in order to ensure a food secure future for all.

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I challenge you on the “threat” to food sustainability. There’s actually good data by Dr. Steven Koonin that the planet has gotten 40% greener since the 1980’s and it’s in arid and semi-arid areas which means deserts are shrinking not growing. The additional factor that the “climate scientists” are not taking into account is that increases in carbon dioxide reduce the time plants need to keep their pores open and that means they evaporate less water when they do that and it reduces the amount of water needed to keep the plants growing.

As well, why do you think industrial greenhouses pump CO2 into greenhouses? That’s because it’s exactly what the plants want and need! They pump concentrated CO2 into the greenhouses at a rate far higher than it is atmospherically.

The “science” for this climate scare hypocrisy is shoddy at best and highly politicized at worst.