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storing carbon in the sky – as skyscrapers

Monday, June 24th, 2019

Wooden skyscrapers. I love this idea! Even back in 2013 Michael Green was motivating it Now Tokyo’s bid to build the world’s tallest wood building – but only complete it in 2041! Hopefully other cities are faster! What can we do? – Lobby your local government – Dream up ways to extract and store carbon […]

Re-dreaming the future

Sunday, August 30th, 2015

Here’s a bunch of sea daisies for you, a fragile gift of hope from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. I took this close up photograph of living coral last month, near Cairns, after making a special trip out there to go see for myself. (The last time I dived in this region was in New Caledonia […]

Earth Day is every day

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Last Sunday I went to visit Thomas Rippel on the farm where he is learning the craft of turning straw into gold. When I interviewed Thomas a few weeks ago he hold me that the secret to preserving cow manure, and preventing it from rotting, was not to remove any of it from the barn […]

Can cows save the planet?

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

Normally we think of cows as being the problem rather than the solution. I spoke to innovative Swiss farmer, Thomas Rippel about how cows can help prevent acid rain, reduce global warming and enrich farm soils. read more about this – click here I think Thomas is onto something big. How about you? Here’s the […]

Can we cool the planet by thinking less?

Friday, January 30th, 2015

Years a go I attended a lecture in Lichtenstein by Maseru Emoto, the water crystal man. Buried inside the rest of his message, about water being a carrier of information, he said something that I’ve been wondering about ever since. He said, since this is a water planet and water takes on the energetic frequency […]

What can you do to help combat global warming?

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Why isn’t global warming more obvious? This picture explains it. Our planet is mostly water. The ocean is absorbing the heat. The danger? Under the ocean and under Arctic ice there are huge reserves of methane. We need to harvest or freeze this methane before the ocean releases it into the atmosphere. What can you […]

What to do about climate Change – Operation Methane Harvest

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Here’s a short video that effectively demonstrates what is right now pouring into our atmosphere in huge volumes wherever arctic ice is melting. Why should you be concerned? Why is this important? This is really dangerous for life on this planet because Methane (CH4) is much much more potent than CO2 in trapping heat in […]

Free energy – now’s the time

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

This is so very exciting and a real way for us to protect our planet and environment Probably the most important thing anyone said in the last few millennia related to why these inventions have been blocked: “Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like Slavery and Apartheid, […]

What to do to help bees

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

Here’s a great, proactive Ted Talk on bees by Marla Spivak: Why bees are disappearing and what you personally can do to help them. Plant more bee friendly flowers! Healthy, pesticide free preferably local/indigenous flowers. Where? Anywhere. Everywhere. Even in city window boxes. I’m going to re-invent my garden totally. It would also be great […]

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