By 2025, scientists predict there will be only a tiny fraction of the species that are left to continue living on the planet, the only way they can continue thriving is by eating and breathing.
That means our bodies are not only being transformed, but our brains are.
The only way to preserve the biosphere, scientists say, is to start again.
The answer, according to the National Science Foundation (NSF), is to get your body back to a healthy state, with a healthy diet, exercise and sleep.
This is the message from the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) to Congress on Wednesday.
The NAS has released its annual bioregional report, which details what it calls “the new normal” of the planet.
For the first time, the report identifies the critical role of humans in protecting and enhancing the bioregenative processes that are occurring in the planet and in our bodies.
As of 2020, the NAS estimates that the number of species living on Earth is “only about 3 percent of what it was 100 years ago.”
We now have to change this paradigm and start again The report also identifies four key priorities that the NAS has identified as key to the continued survival of species: maintaining a healthy body weight; managing risk of infection; managing water resources; and ensuring access to clean water.
The report is a summary of the NAS’s mission and provides an overview of how science is improving the way we live.
The goal of the report is to bring together a group of scientists and scientists in order to better understand and communicate this information.
The goals of the document are to help policymakers and decision makers understand the impacts of climate change, the consequences of overfishing, the impact of rising seas, and how to plan for and manage future climate change.
What is a bioregonative?
The NAS definition of a bioretgative is the combination of human activities that have the potential to transform the biota in a sustainable manner, and the ability of those actions to continue on indefinitely.
For example, there may be new ways to create crops, improve energy efficiency, and prevent the spread of disease.
These kinds of bioretigational efforts will not only be beneficial to humans, but will also improve our ability to manage the planet for future generations.
The problem, according the NAS, is that these kinds of efforts will be difficult or impossible in the future because there are many species that have not yet adapted to a new, human-mediated bioregenerative system.
For instance, the U.S. population of bison is expected to increase to about 3 million in the coming decades.
And the United States has been unable to adapt to the new system because it lacks adequate infrastructure and knowledge to manage and control the system, according a 2016 study by the U of A and the Ute Tribe in Montana.
But there is hope.
“Our goal is to help people and policymakers make a better choice about how to manage these bioregenic systems and how best to protect them,” said the NAS.
“There is much more to do in order for us to maintain our bioregioative diversity, so we can sustain life on this planet.”
The NAS is calling for the following steps to help protect the biotopes of the future: Encourage the adoption of a healthy and nutritious diet that is rich in plants and animal products.
The key to a thriving biorecosystem is a balanced diet of vegetables and fruits that provide a varied diet of micronutrients and other essential nutrients.
These include micronuts, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements such as copper, zinc, iron, and phosphorus.
These are the nutrients that are needed by animals to live.
Eat fresh, organic, and local foods that are sustainable for the environment.
This includes avoiding processed foods that have been processed to remove beneficial plant and animal compounds.
Encourage people to use sustainable materials in their homes, workplaces, and communities.
This means making use of locally grown, sustainably sourced products, such as organic and compostable materials, and using natural materials that are locally sourced, like bamboo, that are less likely to be polluting.
Encourages people to eat locally, including using local ingredients when possible.
The aim is to encourage people to make their own and to use natural, locally grown food.
For people with a low tolerance for processed foods, the recommendations are simple: Eat organic, non-GMO foods whenever possible.
Eat locally grown foods that can be made from locally sourced and local materials.
Limit the use of processed food by increasing the use and variety of natural and organic products.
Encamp people to areas where there are abundant opportunities for them to participate in the bioretogative process.
This can include participating in small, family, and community organizations.
For more information about the NAS report, go to http://www.nasa.gov/nas/sustainability.