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(Natural News) A large industrial project in Iceland that was supposed to start artificially removing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere in order to stop “global warming” has frozen, ironically.
Climeworks’ “Orca” plant, a carbon removal facility located to the east of Reykjavik, is supposedly capable of capturing 4,000 metric tons of CO2 from the air every year through a process known as direct air capture of DAC. The idea is that by pulling all this CO2 out of the atmosphere, “climate change” would suddenly stop.
The Icelandic Ministry of Healthannounced the rollback of COVID-19 mandates in a Feb. 23 statement. “Widespread societal resistance to COVID-19 is the main route out of the epidemic. To achieve this – as many people as possible need to be infected with the virus as the vaccines are not enough, even though they provide good protection against serious illness,” its statement said.
(NaturalHealth365) According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, global fish consumption jumped 122% from 1990 to 2018. But, the alarming news is: about 50% of the fish eaten worldwide is now farm-raised. And, while fish is viewed as a “healthier alternative” to red meat, lower in saturated fat and an excellent source of protein, omega-3s, vitamin B12, vitamin D, potassium and iron … industrial farmed – or I should say – toxic salmon is no better than junk food.
One of the most important global conservation events of the past year was something that didn’t happen. For the first time since 2002, Iceland – one of just three countries that still allow commercial whaling – didn’t hunt any whales, even though its government had approved whaling permits in early 2019. →
(Collective-Evolution) Prime Minister of Iceland Katrin Jakobsdottir is now urging governments to prioritize sustainability and family time over obsessing about economic growth — as most developed nations seem to do. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeion and New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern have teamed up with Iceland’s PM to promote an agenda focused on “well-being.” Jakobsdottir…
Read more & video: “Why governments should prioritize well-being | Nicola Sturgeon” (10:00) via — Collective Evolution
Our planet is changing rapidly, and for the better. Despite all of the challenges we face, and the many issues that remain to be solved as well as measures being imposed on the human population that they really do not desire and have been speaking up against, like5G, there is a lot of good news coming as a result of decades and decades of information, awareness, and activism.
Authorities in Iceland have justannounceda plan to kill more than 2,000 whales over the next five years. Environmental organizations are understandably outraged as Iceland continues to challenge the International Whaling Commission’s (IWC) ban on commercial whaling.
The IWC adopted a moratorium on commercial whaling in 1982, effectively banning commercial whaling worldwide. Despite the ban and a declining market for whale meat, Iceland has opted to move forward with its plans….Read more
By Jason Ditz (ANTIWAR.COM) — US Marines are landing in Iceland and warplanes are flying overhead in Scandinavia, just days ahead of the kickoff of Trident Juncture. The annual exercise, focused on the Arctic Circle and Scandinavia, is set to be the largest operation since the Cold War. 31 countries are involved, 29 NATO members and Finland and…..Read more
If you’re planning a trip to Iceland, don’t miss out on visiting the incredible ice caves. The mesmerizing caverns were formed within a glacier and most are formed by water running through tunnels in the ice or on the ground beneath the glacier.
According to Iceland Photo Tours, the water likely originates on the glacier’s surface through melting. The heat transfer than creates an air-filled cavity. Over time, movement of the warm air enlarges the cave through melting in the summer and sublimation in the winter.
It is also likely the ice caves formed as a result of geothermal vents or hot springs underneath the ice. Because the glaciers are constantly moving, the ice caves are not permanent. Additionally, the solidness of certain caves varies, making some less safe than others. For this reason, it is recommended to explore an ice cave on a guided tour.…
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