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Do you know what a bio-den is? Learn about creating habitat for wildlife for #PhotoFriday:We are still learning about bioden's but what are they? Biodens are intentionally created structures that create habitat for wildlife. Wildlife need habitat for denning, escaping predators and as cover in extreme weather conditions. We can create biodens after timber harvest and they can provide habitat for animals such as bobcats, songbirds, ground squirrels, skunks, and amphibians. ... See MoreSee Less

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11th climate change presentation. Presentation link: cctruth.org/GES_12-14-2020.pptx Our goal for 2021 is to cause more than 2.5 billion native trees and shrubs planted. I have commitments for 2 billion more already. On Netflix please watch “kiss the ground” movie. It clearly explains why we can’t lower atmospheric CO2 by working on emissions of CO2. These are scientific facts: Atmospheric CO2 is not an emissions issue. It’s a loss of photosynthesis. The residence time is 150 years! Our experiment on US 26E in Portland Oregon Clearly shows we can plant native shrubs and trees The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports are science fiction! Cctruth.org/ipcc.pdf I review their reports just like I review manuscripts for the journal where I am now promoted to editor because of my expert reviewability. For example: would you take your car to be fixed by a mechanic who said they could fix it 50-66% of the time? Of course not. However we have given the IPCC 30 years and $2.8 trillion and they have no effect on atmospheric CO2 or anything. If this would have been a college class they would have scored an F. The global sea rise is 1.1 mm/yr and not accelerating! Many more Presentations on cctruth.org presentations page. You can find us on benevity at work or donate on cctruth.org donate please

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