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Primary Ecosystem Services

Ecosystem services are the many and varied benefits to humans provided by the natural environment and from healthy ecosystems. Such ecosystems include, for example, agroecosystems, forest ecosystem, grassland ecosystems, and aquatic ecosystems. These ecosystems, functioning in healthy relationships, offer such things as natural pollination of crops, clean air, extreme weather mitigation, and human mental and physical well-being. Collectively, these benefits are becoming known as ecosystem services, and are often integral to the provision of food, provisioning of clean drinking water, the decomposition of wastes, and resilience and productivity of food ecosystems.

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Realizing the Value of Ecosystem Services

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-Dr. Ranil Senanayake (Phd. SystemEcology, Davis)- categorizes ecosystem services to avoid subjective biasses that lead to the compromise in sustainability and restoring biodiversity on a landscape. By categorizing as such, it is evident that a new market for 'beyond organic' emerges to valorize the unseen products of a landscape, such as the capture of CarbonDioxide from the atmosphere / the release of molecular Oxygen / and the transpiration of groundwater as vapor back into the atmosphere.

Scientific Publications

Photosynthetic biomass performs the act of primary production, the initial step in the manifestation of life. The biomass so termed has the ability to increase in mass through the absorption of solar or other electromagnetic radiation while releasing oxygen and water vapour into the atmosphere. Respiring biomass is that component of living biomass that uses the output of photosynthesis to make the complicated biological patterns of life.

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The Satanic Formula

All of a sudden both the individual and society become disinterested observers. A lot of information is generated on how to perceive and understand the problem.

Blue Sky Mining

We know that the mean temperature will rise, but the speed of that increase may be much more than the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has computed.

Are we killing the Future?

Where Carbon Dioxide combine with water and powered by sunlight produces the solid organic matter (Carbohydrate) and the free molecular Oxygen.

The Threat to Life

Threat is being constantly amplified by the actions of the man. The actions of modern technological man have helped bring this threat very close to becoming real for us on this planet of Earth.

Future of Farming in Sri Lanka

Agrarian societies with long histories, posses the credibility of having the sustained themselves successfully under the rigor of survival in a natural world.

Why we Need Biomass?

The growth of the current carbon market in addressing climate change provides real benchmarks and suggests astounding the market opportunities.

Mining The Global Commons

In a tragic and insensitive interview, Elon Musk boasts that he relies on the availability of the Oxygen to power his rockets, because it is free.

Why Small Farms will be the Backbone of Food Security?

The ecological axiom that: ‘Energy flow through a system tends to organise and simplify that system’, is abundantly clear in agriculture.


The Global Commons sustains the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. It is under threat today, because of the Governments in nation and financial institutions.

Who Listens? Who Pays Attention?

Sri Lanka is a vulnerable island in the face of Climate Change. An increase in the intensity of rainfall, will erode our mountains and create increased flood damage.

The Creation Formula

biomass was impacted five times in the history of life, such that a large percentage of the existing biomass was fossilised, the imperative at each response was the growth of biomass.

The Required System Change

Sri Lanka, is ‘the canary in the coalmine’ of fossil powered economic growth. The pain of withdrawal from the addiction is felt from the cooking fires.