Monthly Archives: August 2022

Fact: rich nations are largely responsible for the extreme effects of climate change

Flooded areas of Pakistan look as though an ocean has deposited itself there. Hardly any land visible for the population to cling to whilst they await rescue. Scientists have long since explained why this has been progressively worsening over the … Continue reading

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Human existence has weaponised the environment

David Wallace – Wells, author of The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future, tells us a truth we must, by now, all understand. He says it is “…the end of normal” because ” we have already exited the state … Continue reading

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Redirecting floodwater into aquifer

For some years now the pattern of drought followed by flooding is experienced in many countries. Serious reduction in water levels in aquifers causes drinking water shortages. It is therefore necessary to build a system which directs flood waters into … Continue reading

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Power Grid Vulnerabilities

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the power sector accounted for nearly two-thirds of global emissions growth in 2018, with coal use for power generation alone producing 10 Gt of CO 2. Many countries have ageing nuclear power stations. They are not renewable. … Continue reading

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Wildfires and Power Grids: Redesign needed

One definition of fossil fuels: https://www.britannica.com/science/fossil-fuel And most of us are acutely aware of these and of our dependency. Whilst using alternatives for producing energy to power the electricity we need at the most basic level is a priority, we … Continue reading

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