FMS teaches us that climate change is human domestication engineering our biome, but not entirely with emissions. To reverse our biome engineering, it becomes 8% co2 emissions and 92% sequestration of CO2. Ultimately, climate change is about the amount of CO2 in atmospheric residence. Earth doesn't care where the CO2 comes from as much as humans care about how to get rid of it and sequester it out of the atmosphere.
Forestry becomes the only source to reverse that inequality with its ability to sequester what's there now and what will be emitted in the future. Forestry also stores carbon for centuries and even millenniums. But here is what FMS defined about forestry. Tree biomass may be a renewable resource, but the tree's CO2 sequestration ability is finite. This means the older the tree or forest is, the more tons of CO2 it absorbs. The more mature trees are, the faster we reverse the amount of CO2 in our atmosphere, now and in the future. The problem is that 80-85% of global trees are harvested around age 30. FMS defines that as "constrained deforestation" and what's causing climate change. The trees cannot mature or recover their "binary restricted resource" sequestration. That's because they are only grown long enough to make them marketable, and the renewable biomass resource recovery time only requires around 30 years. Until FMS, we didn’t understand the consequences of human forestry demand and how it created climate change. That piece of the puzzle that eluded science is now called Full Mitigation Science, FMS. So now we finally have a realistic opportunity to cure climate change. The way we do that is with your contribution. That allows us to acquire trees from clear-cut harvesters and let them grow!
The bad news is FMS also defines climate change as a lot worse than we all thought. Which means we are running out of time. According to FMS, The excellent news is that balance is both obtainable and manageable but must be done now. Please help seed FMS's goal to mature trees.
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