Ah now there’s the thing – we don’t want to reduce the carbon cycle but rather increase it and we are not the least interested in such foolish enterprises as “bioenergy” nor “carbon storage”. The only way the illusion of “value” for acting against our and other species’ best interest comes from the blatant lie that the foundation of life on earth is somehow bad.
We must dramatically reduce the amount of meat we eat to rebalance the global carbon cycle and lower the risks of catastrophic global warming, a new study says.
New research from the University of Exeter shows that if today’s meat-eating habits continue, the predicted rise in the global population could spell ecological disaster.
But changes in our lifestyle and our farming could make space for growing crops for bioenergy and carbon storage.