- Jan 18, 2022 4:24 pm GMT
“Have a Plan B, and maybe even a Plan C. Because unexpected changes are most difficult to handle when we don't have a backup.”
― Germany Kent, American Print and Broadcast Journalist
Having looked at the subject of climate change quite a bit, there are many ways we can fix this problem, IF we work on it diligently. However humans have a habit of doing really dumb things, like not fixing a big problem we created, one that has already screwed up our climate big time, and is likely to create even worse problems in the future.
And thus my argument for all of the Plan Bs and Plan Cs we can find.
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.
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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