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Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
Experts say humanity has only 10 years to have large-scale carbon dioxide reduction schemes up and running if global warming is to be restrained to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Stories like this only remind me that CCS has no chance.
If it was going to work, we'd have test-pools (or parts of the ocean depths) already choked with tons of locked-up carbon.
As it hosts researchers and conservationists as part of the World Whale Conference, Hervey Bay's responsible and sustainable practices have been awarded.Read more from ABC News
That is great! I will never buy anything Japanese anymore. Thank god I don’t like sushi.
I love sushi!
It's a bugger to get the rice right, though.
Try sashimi instead!
You are spot on ! I love sashimi, with a touch of Fukushima.
But not Sushi?
If you want to live a more sustainable life, do you have to give up steaks, bacon and burgers completely? Not necessarily, writes Jo Hegerty.Read more from www.abc.net.au
China and Africa are busily planting millions of trees to build green walls in a bid to keep deserts at bay. But will it work?Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said: China and Africa are busily planting millions of trees to build green walls in a bid to keep deserts at bay. But will it work?
HIghly reminiscent of Mao's time.
Be interesting to know this is actually based on science this time or not.