How to reverse global warming

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The book* Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming edited by Paul Hawken is a must have resource if you want to have useful conversations, and carry out effective activism, related to Global Warming. I actually recommend you get the print version, but at the moment, the Kindle version available cheap (at least in the US) so I wanted to let you know about it. Two bucks, and also, lower carbon footprint (on the other hand, books are carbon sinks, right?)

Have you read the breakthrough novel of the year? When you are done with that, try:

In Search of Sungudogo by Greg Laden, now in Kindle or Paperback
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  1. Did you see this when I tweeted it the other day – it’s huge? The private company they are investing, Eavor, in is a Canadian one from Alberta that has pioneered a new way of doing geothermal that does not involve any fracking nor does it pollute water tables/sources. It’s a closed loop system that makes use of abandoned/dead Oil and Gas wells. Solves two problems at once. It may turn out to be a big factor in zero carbon energy

    1. This could be great. I hope deep geothermal can get up into the double digit range over the next decade.

  2. me too – reduces the intermittent supply and battery requirements for an ever growing wind/solar/tidal energy mix. They’ve been running a test plant in Alberta for a few years and I believe they have a couple of commercial installations now. For me it holds great promise – hope I live long enough to see it flourish.

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