But who's to blame for the damage already inflicted upon the planet and how best to avoid doing more damage (the stuff all the politicians rattle on about) isn't really what we should be worrying about right now; we should be thinking of ways to either reverse the effects of the more developed nations industrialisation two centurys ago (which caused the majority of the damage) and of the current developments of poorer nations (which are nescicary for the people that live there to escape the poverty they're currently trapped in & to finaly pull the umbilical cord of dependance from their ex-colonial masters), or find some way to adapt to the changes we've brought about.
I say we plant some more trees. A practical and asteticly pleasing way of reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and increasing global oxygen.
Also it must be noted global warming is not drastic changes each year, but rather, a gradual increase in global climate, which is why it is commonly referred to as climate change.
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SuperMaids wrote:Oh! OH! I've just had a great idea for all you folk that think global warming's cyclical. As we all know, the majority of CO2 comes from volcanoes so how about we... put catalytic convertors on all lava cones around the world!
And we all know that carbon dioxide from natural sources like volcanoes and wildfires has remained constant throughout the industrial revolution. Anthropogenic sources of carbon dioxide, however, have skyrocketed over the same time period.
You read it! You can't unread it!
Or we could just do something ourselves about the portion of carbon dioxide humans contribute, and let the rest take care of itself.
BRMBug wrote:Well, yeah it was. However, I recently saw an episode of Build it Bigger on Discovery Channel and there's this one building that's being built that recycles outside air through their HVAC system or something, and it comes out cleaner than when it went in. It also recycles waste water from sinks for irrigation of all the planters.
Thats where the idea came from.
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