The natural world has changed dramatically over the past hundred years. We have gained ease of travel, technologies, and conveniences of modern living.
What we have lost is clean water, air, wholesome food. Meanwhile, our convenient world is increasingly more toxic, and more difficult to navigate.
Environmental factors play an impactful and often unseeen role on our ability to self-regulate and detoxify. This section is to both illuminate the problems we are facing and to offer bioregulatory perspective and tools to lessen their impact on our lives and vitality.
We live in an
Climate geoengineering involves large-scale programs designed for intervention in the earth’s oceans, soils and atmosphere with the claimed aim of reducing the effects of global warming.