2019-03-08T08:00:00Z What is the future of the church in North America? Churches are closing faster than new ones can be planted. Existing churches engaged in effective evangelism beyond the tired tactics of attractional approaches are increasingly rare. One of the major pitfalls of the past few decades is "either/or" thinking--either attractional or missional; traditional or contempora...[Read More]
This is a list of biodiversity databases. Biodiversity databases store taxonomic information which provide information on the biodiversity of a particular area or group of living organisms. They may store specimen-level information, species-level information, information on nomenclature, or any combination of the above. Most are available online.
Specimen-focused databases contain data about indiv...[Read More]
Necrofauna are species that were previously extinct and have been biologically revived or recreated by the process of de-extinction.
Necrofauna are proxies or imitations of their former species and not identical replicas. Due to a number of technological, biological and environmental factors, they are considered a new type organism altogether. Revive and Restore, a nonprofit organization that supp...[Read More]
We want to protect all wild spaces and create more wild areas, providing conditions in which people can enjoy these spaces and live within these without paying anything for a season comfortably and safely, and more than all this, we want to promote all the information existing in the whole world of our mother Nature :D
We already have 12 places where any member can live there for free just need t...[Read More]
Appalachian bogs are boreal or hemiboreal ecosystems, which occur in many places in the Appalachian Mountains, particularly the Allegheny and Blue Ridge subranges. Though popularly called bogs, many of them are technically fens.