In order to avert catastrophic climate change we need to dramatically cut global carbon output. That’s what the Paris Agreement is all about and it comes in to force in just three more days. The really good news is not just that we have decreased carbon output it’s also that the Paris Agreement is . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Global Carbon Output Decreases
Scientists working with nanotechnology to try and create methanol from CO2 accidentally discovered that they made ethanol. Happy accidents are always welcomed – particularly when it can help the environment in multiple ways. The electrochemical process uses tiny spikes of carbon and copper to turn carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, into ethanol. This is . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: We Can Use Nanotechnology to Scrub CO2
In the fight to curb CO2 emissions and hold back the rate of increasing climate change, researches have mapped out where the emissions are coming from. Unsurprisingly, they have found that where there is a lot of human activity there are more emissions. This will help convince naysayers and ignoramuses that humans are at fault […]
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Today, world leaders are meeting in Paris to discuss climate change at the COP21 conference. They are going to be discussing many issues around climate change from how to lower emissions to how to deal with rising sea levels. It is up to every country to change how their policies to be more sustainable and […]
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We’ve polluted so much that there are now companies that think there is profit to be made by sucking CO2 from the air. How they make money is by reselling the CO2 to make carbonation for soft drinks, or strangely, to make diesel fuel.
What a world!
German company Sunfire produced its first batches of . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Sucking Diesel Fuel From Thin Air
Algae is amazing and as we find more ways to use the powerful, small, creatures we’ll improve our carbon footprints. Already algae is used to clean sewage, clean landfills, and so much more.
This week at the Milan Expo EcoLogics Studio revealed their algae canopy for urban centres. The canopy provides shade while cleaning the . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Small Algae Canopy Produces as Much Oxygen as a Forest
Is it possible that the Planet Earth can become a totally barren planet in the not too distant future? In particular if the CO2 emissions and pollution continue at the current or accelerated rate?
I’ve discovered what ‘sardonic’ means.
I mean this is a perfectly workable plan isn’t it? And after all, Carbon Dioxide isn’t strictly speaking a chemical weapon or poisonous gas. Plants love it! Not like Sarin or Chlorine. Best of all, nobody suffers. They just fall asleep.
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By Greenpeace International | Jan. 22, 2013: TORONTO – Canada’s tar sands ranked fifth of the 14 largest carbon intensive projects in the world, according to a new report from Greenpeace International. The “Point of No Return” notes government hypocrisy on major energy projects – like the tar sands – which increases climate change and . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Canada’s tar sands are the fifth largest climate threat in the world
From the March 2012 TED Conference in Long Beach California, NASA climate scientist Dr. James Hansen speaks about why he must speak out climate change. A powerful and moving video – please watch, and share with your family and friends, and on social media. * Do you want to become a climate hero, for your . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: For My Grandchildren
Does that surprise anybody? I have been an astronaut all my life enjoying the ride on a special spaceship which travels in space constantly. The name of that spaceship is earth. Hence all creatures on this spaceship are astronauts. This spaceship has survived for billions of years and is still going strong unlike the . . . → Read More: LeDaro: I am an astronaut