The elderly often get bogged down in old stories and like to reminisce about the good old days. But experience is a commodity that can only be acquired with difficulty. So why not learn from the old? And it's not just about grandma or grandpa; research should go much further into the past. Scientists in Australia, for example, did this at the request of the Ministry of the Environment there. There is evidence that Aboriginal burning techniques help manage forests, protect biodiversity and prevent catastrophic bushfires. The scientists also demonstrated how implementing Aboriginal knowledge about fire can reduce environmental degradation and greenhouse gas emissions. To demonstrate this, the scientists implemented the West Arnhem Land Fire Abatement in the Northern Territories as a project.
Another example is in Tasmania. Aborigines there are contributing their knowledge to advance today's agriculture in the areas of grassland management and drought resistance, especially to improve soil sustainability through regenerative management. It is not only in land management that ancient knowledge is in demand. In today's world, it is also increasingly important to accumulate as much knowledge as possible when making investments. Here gold jumps into the eye. For more than 2000 years, the precious metal is considered money and store of value. It outlasts every crisis and every currency. If that alone is not reason enough to acquire a small gold treasure as a nest egg. Those who are willing to take risks can also look at the shares of companies with gold projects. Examples would be Karora Resources and Maple Gold Mines.
Karora Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvnfOE-2hXU - is drilling at its Beta Hunt property in Western Australia (up to nearly 30 grams of gold per ton of rock). Recently, the company also has a ready gold processing plant.
Maple Gold Mines - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDYx1XbEphA - is developing the Douay and Joutel gold projects in Quebec with partner Agnico Eagle Mines.
Current corporate information and press releases from Karora Resources (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/karora-resources-inc/ -) and Maple Gold Mines (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/maple-gold-mines-ltd/ -).
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