Weather Modification Schemes Threatening Biodiversity and Causing Scarcity

Sunday, November 11, 2012
By Paul Martin

Susanne Posel, Contributor
Sunday, November 11, 2012

Alarmists are saying in a new study that climate change is affecting Arabica crops, causing prices to rise exponentially. The genetic diversity of wild Arabica beans is being threatened as diseases and pests attack the plants.

Researchers for the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Environment and Coffee Forest Forum (ECFF) are concerned about the future of the Arabica bean after comparing climate change models with the locations where the plants are cultivated.

Arabica beans, being the “backbone” of the coffee industry with 70% of global production are in danger because of the handful of genes that are “very susceptible” to changes in the environment.

By 2080, it is expected that global reserves would have to be allocated conservatively on a large-scale and the move toward vegetarianism will be suggested as a suitable answer for dwindling resources.

Conservation of this plant is recommended to ensure that “the genetic diversity of those populations” continue on into the future. Alarmists warn that if this warning is not heeded, and stores are not saved now, there will not be Arabica beans or coffee in 70 years.

In response to this market crunch, Starbucks is raising their prices on coffee beverages under the guise that they “have a premium product, [and] can charge premium prices.”

The Obama administration, while bringing globalization to Amerika, private sector corporations, non-governmental organization (NGOs) and think-tanks will be vying for control over the future of green energy in the United States. Bringing carbon taxes to our Constitutional Republic will use the cover of limiting carbon prices of $20 per ton which is actually just auctioning allowances to corporate interests.

The Rest…HERE

Leave a Reply

Join the revolution in 2018. Revolution Radio is 100% volunteer ran. Any contributions are greatly appreciated. God bless!

Follow us on Twitter