biofuels have had huge economic benefits to the agricultural sector, but they are associated with increased emissions of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere,
if we are serious about mitigating climate change, we must shift our attention to sources of energy that emit no greenhouse gases to the atmosphere
The hydrogen content of the atmosphere has increased 70% since the late 1800s,
A lot of the proven reserves of fossil fuels must remain in the ground—never to be exploited.
Removing 5% of annual emissions by the spreading of rock dust on agricultural lands worldwide is a band-aid approach to a global hemorrhage.
Fracking promises that we will delay the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
We are seeing an increasing denial of science by the general public—often spread by cell phone and social media.
Since most of the wood pellets are derived from newly harvested trees, the immediate impact on Earth’s climate is worse than coal.
Wind power is an important component of any program that insures future energy independence and avoidance of climate change.
Trees are the most efficient net-negative emissions technology that we know of.