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Climate ultimatum UTCLT - Full Version

walter demey's picture
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  • Apr 27, 2021

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The green deals will not lower the CO2-ppm level on earth - the big scale CO2-extraction is the only solution - a newly created tropical rain forest is the sole reasonable solution - mineral oil should be replaced by oil from algae - buoys and wave-energy are important for fossil-free electricity. 

Politically a world government is absolutely necessary to stop a climate catastrophe. 

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Rick Engebretson on Apr 27, 2021

After scanning the 2 downloaded pdf files, I didn't see mention of existing simple opportunity to accomplish stated goals.

During the ice age the North American Great Lakes was scraped of topsoil and pushed into the corn belt. The current forest already has trees that need trimming (carbon harvesting) and land that needs new topsoil (carbon sequestration). Backyard hard work basics might be easier, quicker, and cheaper than turning the Sahara Desert into a tropical rain forest.

At least we have a new set of ideas to consider.

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