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By Don Fitz / 01 November 2021
As climate change leads humanity’s march to Armageddon, data surfacing during late 2021 suggests that the march could be much briefer than previously thought. “Nature is starting to emit greenhouse gases in competition with cars, planes, trains, and factories,” asserts Robert Hunziker. The Amazon has switched from soaking up CO2 to emitting it. Likewise, the Arctic has flipped from being a carbon sink to becoming an emission source. Permafrost is giving off the three main greenhouse gases (GHGs... Read more
By Robert Hunziker / 18 October 2021
gw.jpg FacingFuture.TV recently hosted a preview of the upcoming IPCC 2021 UN climate report, which report guides the gathering of dignitaries from around the world meeting in Glasgow this November to discuss, analyze, and decide how to deal with global warming/climate change. View the interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrivG4h7B8M According to the Code Red interview, the IPCC is taking off its ultra conservative facemask of prior years to reveal... Read more
By Ahjamu Umi / 30 September 2021
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