Tag Archives: CO2

LED Lamps and Ecoaffluent Convergence

To help explain this concept consider for example the use of kerosene lamps in Sub-Saharan Africa and India. A friend of ours who is based in Burkina Faso has explained that very poor people can spend up to a dollar a day on kerosene for lighting alone. Kerosene causes terrible respiratory problems in general use […]

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350ppm pyramid illustration

It takes a lot of wood to store enough carbon from carbon dioxide (CO2) to get the atmospheric CO2 down to 350ppm (methodology described in the CO2 Pyramids post). In these illustrations, the smaller pyramid is the same size as the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. The larger one illustrates the amount of wood […]

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CO2 pyramids

In 2006 in ‘the revenge of gaia’ Lovelock writes that if the world’s annual 27 Giga tonnes (Gt) of CO2 emissions were stored as frozen CO2 at – 80°C it would form a mountain one mile high and twelve miles in circumference. Lovelock uses this as an example of the difficulties of carbon capture and storage […]

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Green Frontier Mission To transform degraded environments into biodiverse ecosystems with thriving human settlements, while reducing atmospheric CO2 to pre-industrial levels. Vision A green and pleasant world where all life thrives. Method The Green Frontier is a collaborative effort to freely disseminate findings of  best practice about creating thriving green productive land without chemical use […]