Oceanic Solutions – Coastal Sea-Level Mitigation
- Aug 4, 2022 2:49 pm GMT
Sometimes you need to be ready to give something away to save it. The coasts of Earth’s oceans are like that. Many of these, which are not preserved by governments, are prime development-land. But the only way we might preserve them is by moving these developments away from the coasts, give these back to Mother Nature, and let her grow forests and salt-water marshes on them. At the very least this will greatly slow their erosion, and, if we otherwise slow down climate change, they may even be able to reclaim some land that was previously under water.
I wrote the following about six months ago in the post described below.
Wet NET: Most of my readers know that NET stands for Negative Emissions Technology. The title NET are carbon dioxide negative emissions technologies that involve the oceans.
At the time I wrote the above post, unbeknownst to me, I missed a major chapter. This post will supply this. The subject is mangrove forests.
Solving some of our biggest issues in the C&I (Commercial and Industrial) sectors. Buildings use SO much energy, electricity, heat and of course cooling.
As I started considering the IEEE Spectrum article used as a source for a future article, I found a lot to like. First of all, it described in detail the changes we (our societies) must make to implement Electric Vehicles, but also explored the..
If we are taking about the Planet-Earth, the title of this paper is absurd. In general, our planet has an almost fixed amount of water over any reasonably short period (say centuries to millennia). But what isn’t static is the water’s state.
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