Make Your Life Less Oily in 2017: Part I, Taking Stock This article provides an excellent representation of why we need to move to a bioregional based economy and why we need to move to renewable energy sources.
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Left to its own defenses, a farm field growing a variety of plants tends to attract fewer insect pests than a field growing just one type of crop. While scientists and farmers have noted that difference for years, the reasons behind it have been poorly understood. A new study explains that much of it may have to do with the nutritional needs of insects. Returning plant diversity to farmland could be a key step toward sustainable pest control.