Living Carbon Makes Faster Growing Trees to Absorb Extra CO2

Living Carbon is a startup funded with $36 million that just planted a forest of genetically modified trees to absorb more carbon. Living Carbon is a San Francisco-based biotechnology company that produced genetically modified poplars. The new tress are intended to be a large-scale solution to climate change. The company‚Äôs researchers used a crude technique …

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Colossal Will Recreate Woolly Mammoth’s in 4-6 Years to Preserve Permafrost

Colossal has $15 million in funding and has started a de-extinction project to resurrect the Woolly Mammoth – or more specifically a cold-resistant elephant with all of the core biological traits of the Woolly Mammoth. It will walk like a Woolly Mammoth, look like one, sound like one, but most importantly it will be able …

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Fixing Global Warming by 2030 – Grow Food In Greenhouses and Trees on Farmland

The Climate problem we have is about 750 billion tons of excess CO2 in the atmosphere. We have 417 parts per million (ppm) of CO2 versus 285 ppm in 1850 before the industrial revolution. 135 times 5.5 billion tons is 742 billion tons. We are also adding about 40 billion tons of CO2 per year …

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Climate Change Demand is Telling Putin and Texas Oilmen to Stop and French to Sacrifice

The IPCC (UN Climate Change committee of scientists) and other climate groups have put out reports with dire warning about the climate crisis. They are demanding that the world shift from fossil fuels to clean energy and for ALL industry to shift. Well some people believe that is perfectly reasonable and a good plan. How …

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Average American Family Emits Over Four Hot Air Balloon Volumes of CO2 per Year

The UN Emissions Gap Report shows that global emissions have reached another record high level of 53.5 billion tons of CO2 equivalent. Only 57 countries (representing 60 percent of global emissions) are on track to reach a peak in emissions by 2030. The Paris Agreement had the goal of keeping World temperatures at less than …

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