The next BIG THING
Bruceifer last edited by
100 super container ships produce as much pollution as all the cars in the world
Approximately every 100,000 years, Earth's orbital path changes from being nearly circular to elliptical.
I don't know the answers. There is a lot of wrong data out there. Wrong theories and wrong ideas.
Silentsurfer last edited by
Perfectly stated article, hopefully not too late. No further discussion. Its all here for everyone to see. Lets just do it, get on with it, and save this planet for our Children and their children. Its big corporate interests that has held us back, killed any innovation of the past. So lets just get it done. Every one of us needs to make a difference to climate change and plastic pollution. Save our animal species from extinction. Lets do it. Bruce South Africa 🇿🇦
Cyber Weather last edited by
The truth is we are about to enter a cold phase on the planet. Secondly, if you are going to be political rather than scientific I will find a different site. You can not spout 'true is statements' when you ignore science. Stick to supplying data not opinions.
weathernot last edited by
Ummm... who are you and where do your get your information?
pavelneuman last edited by
@weathernot The article is full of links to the sources, btw
Stjopa last edited by
@silwallace yes but they wrote few words more and fools take it as profesional
pkadera last edited by
Great post Mr. @ivo Lukacovic. Very inspiring and thought provoking. Among the practicalities like kick-biking to work (which is very noble), you should also address how you offset carbon footprint from flying. Otherwise you would sound like a hypocrite. I mean my comment in a good way.
Alas, planting a trillion trees won't save the planet from climate change:
Planting trees is a wonderful idea, but it isn't enough and it isn't fast. We still have to cut our carbon emissions.
vsiansky last edited by
»We literally have to reinvent our energy systems, our food systems, our manufacturing, our cities. Everything! You can look at that is like, ‘Crap, that's a really big problem.’ I think we have to look at as “Wow, what a great opportunity!”« https://www.forbes.com/sites/devinthorpe/2019/08/07/this-may-be-the-single-biggest-business-opportunity-in-human-history/ (via @eastbiz)
haiyung last edited by
I don't think so.