BMF CP69: Interactions between varying economic options and varying wherewithals in mitigating climate change and biodiversity loss consequences

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“By natural order, birthing needs good timing and at a moderate pace. […] Looking for food in the fields and gardens farther from home is important. Also, try eating different kinds of nuts and worms. Mastering all of this would guarantee a prosperous life.” —In “Food”; The Kingfisher Story Collection.

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