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Hiya! I'm Matías, a political scientist from Chile, dedicated to understand the intersection between social struggles, political competition and the Welfare State.
I'm also an overall urbanism nerd and a long time beginner Linux user.
Let's see how this works :)

More information about hugelkultur, which uses available carbon rich plant matter as the basis for a raised bed.

Building a hugel is one way to practice carbon sequestration on a small scale. The carbon they this tree ate up from the atmosphere will be captured in the soil and used to grow more plants that will then consume more carbon from the atmosphere.

Imagine doing this on a massive scale, burying carbon rich matter in our agricultural fields to regenerate the soil's carbon supply and prevent the release of more C02

Bottom of the future bed is lined with seasoned bigleaf maple logs. This is gonna be a hugel-style bed in that it will use this wood to store carbon for future plant growth. The other advantage of doing this is the wood soaks up water during rainy periods and saves it up for the plants to access during dry spells. Next will come layers of finer-grained compostable materials like twigs, wood chips, leaves, grass clippings and plant trimmings.

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

Pol, Chile, + with reserves 

it's worth remembering that often when your fave turns truscum or MRA or some other flavor of right wing, it isn't necessarily because they were always bad people. Radicalization doesn't just work on vulnerable unsupervised children

It doesn't necessarily always mean all their work is now poisoned by bad faith

It also doesn't mean you were a bad person for liking the bad person, or for still liking the person or the things they have done or made that your liked

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Vakinha pra cirurgia de redesignação sexual 

pwease don't awest us, we'w vewy sowwy about aww te peopoh we kiwwed. we'w give you diiiiiiiiiiiis much ta make it aww go away

snapshot of food precarity's impact 

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