Category Archives: Climate change

Regenerative agriculture is permaculture at the industrial scale!

It tells you to sell your sheep during a drought, and stops you getting into debt. It tells you how to manage your land so your ground-cover doesn’t blow away, so your land is immune to locust plagues, and so … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Conservation: saving life, Food & Farming, Water | Leave a comment

Drones to reforest logged areas fast and cheap?

I love this. One drone can plant as many seeds as 10 people, and one pilot can control 10 drones. This means one person doing the work of 100 seed planters – and the drones are firing a diverse selection … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Conservation: saving life | Leave a comment

Lunar city to save us from climate change?

What about solving climate change by building an industrial city on the moon? A good lunar city could use solar power to launch PowerSats via maglev railgun into orbit around the Earth to power the world from abundant RELIABLE solar … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Geo-engineering, Industrial Ecosystems, Sci-Fi, Solar, Space | Leave a comment

“Prime Minister Scott Morrison has conceded he caused “great anxiety in Australia” by taking a family holiday”

This talking point is from the ABC. Honestly, how narcissistic does that heading sound? It’s as if we’re all sitting around weeping because our ‘father’ the PM has left the country. As the PM can’t really *do* anything about the … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Social Justice, Stress | Leave a comment

ENSO cycle 10% good news for Australia, but 30% chance hell on earth

Summer weather predictions? There’s only 10% chance of La Nina which could rescue us with extra rain. 60% chance neutral, which is more or less ‘normal’ weather, and 30% chance of hell on earth El Nino drying us out even … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Stress | Leave a comment