The global blueprint for climate recovery is written in the Australian landscape
A message from Peter Andrews OAM, 7 December 2021
For over forty five years, I have sought the best examples, assessed by the most rigorous science, demonstrating how the ancient Australian landscape reveals a blueprint for global climate recovery. The evidence for this science has accumulated over the longest time, millions of years, across the oldest and largest area possible, the Australian continent, and is measurably accounted for in the fossil and sedimentary records. Now, it is time for the world to discover the incredible blueprint for climate recovery that this ancient landscape provides.
Let's consider some of the basic tenets of The Australian Landscape Science (TALS):
Australia's landscape contains the blueprint for immediate climate recovery efforts and the laboratory for continuous learning and improvement. What we now need most urgently is for The Australian Landscape Science to be adopted by governments and land managers. This should start by ensuring that all policies and implementations involving landscapes, plants and water are framed and actioned according to this ancient landscape blueprint.
Peter Andrews OAM, Australian landscape repair specialist, grazier and race horse breeder