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Kitchen Disposals

Composting kitchen waste helps “close the loop” to achieve a sustainable human society where wastes are recycled back into the production of useful goods.

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Global warming may beget drastically more global warming, if we ever destabilize the pool of methane clathrates that are buried in polar regions.

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On passing gas in the woods

Plugging the leaks of methane from gas wells and the gas pipelines that crisscross our country is probably the easiest, most effective, and straightforward way to curtail the rise of methane in the atmosphere

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