Posts by tag: climate crisis

general April 3, 2020 posted by

Air In The 1100’s Just As Bad As Industrial Revolution – we’ve always had a problem with pollution

Today our major greenhouse gas is CO2 but in the past, it was lead. Which isn’t a greenhouse gas but thanks to mining during the 1100s, a lot of it was in the air and man, that could not have been a good time for people breathing it. New ice cores prove that lead pollution was just as bad then as air pollution during the Industrial Revolution which goes to show, we’ve always been pretty bad at this.

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Air In The 1100’s Just As Bad As Industrial Revolution – we’ve always had a problem with pollution
Eco Friendly March 9, 2020 posted by

Trees Aren’t Doing So Hot – climate change is effecting untouched forests

Trees are really important in the climate crisis. The carbon sinks that tropical forests provide, specifically, have been seen as a sort of savior during climate change. The trees absorb the carbon and actually do great with the extra carbon dioxide in the air. But unfortunately they’re not doing so great with the other issues with climate change and may be putting more carbon into the air as they die.

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Trees Aren’t Doing So Hot – climate change is effecting untouched forests
Eco Friendly February 28, 2020 posted by

Sustainable and Harmonious – a solid plan for the future

Sustainable living is an important factor when thinking about the climate crisis and how to move against it. It does not make sense to start using a metal straw for occasional drinks that need it when you are still bringing home a ton of plastic from the grocery store. Sonam Wangchuk gives a more opened ended perspective in this fabulous interview.

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Sustainable and Harmonious – a solid plan for the future