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  • Carbon Sequestration by Leaves and Dead Plants Carbonisation

    To prevent the catastrophic effects of global warming, as explained in the previous post “How much does switching to totally clean energy cost?” we need to use two general approaches: stopping future greenhouse gas emissions (which is best done by stopping the burning of fossil fuels as explained and significantly reducing meat & dairy consumption, as well reducing food waste) removing existing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, down to a stable level (around 350ppm). In many previous posts, I’ve already discussed how to tackle the first point. In this one, I will propose alternative ideas on how to deal with removing greenhouse gases from [Read more ...]

  • How much does switching to totally clean energy cost?

    In order to fix global warming, there are two general approaches we need to take: stopping future greenhouse gas emissions and removing existing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, down to a stable level (around 350ppm) Currently, the highest contributors to global warming are the greenhouse gases Carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4)-both significantly added to Earth’s atmosphere as a consequence of the Industrial Revolution and resultant changes in our lifestyles. As the main cause of global warming is the usage of fossil fuels, this post will show what it takes to replace all our energy sources with clean energy and how to do it quickly enough, in order to avoid terrible consequences that can, in some predictions, lead to the extinction of [Read more ...]

  • Sensible Patronage

    Politics, economy, ecology, wealth distribution, automation... it seems the entire world is falling apart. You would like to help and do something, but you do not know how. The simplest thing you can do right now to make our world a better place - one that does not require lot of your time or resources - is called patronage. [Read more ...]

  • What is the Risk of Being a Patron?

    One of the complaints I have heard against patronage is that the people you support may trick you. Let’s consider that scenario. Let’s say we start by giving $1 per month, and we do that for the next 12 months. After 12 months, we’ve realized that the person you have pledged to has not done much. We feel tricked and decide to stop [Read more ...]

  • Religious Donations

    Somehow, throughout history, we have been gathering around our fires and holy grounds. For thousands of years, we have been told that we should build places of worship. Even now, when one would think we’ve had enough time for everything to settle down, different religious leaders still compete to build more, taking yet more [Read more ...]