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Category Archives: Water
Seawater + desert + solar thermal + greenhouse = food. This clip calls it Feeding 9 billion. They’re even experimenting with growing crops outside the greenhouse, with cardboard coolers for a local area to produce wheat or other crops. Somehow … Continue reading
This footage shows some of the awesome power of these floods.
It’s been a while since I’ve raved about this simple invention, but when I saw slashdot going on about some expensive solar PV powered water cleaning device, with all high tech moving parts that could break down or add drastically … Continue reading
This is from the same article I just previously quoted, but it is so important to understand that I thought it worth doing a double-post. Here’s a little experiment you can do at home to drive home how big an … Continue reading
It’s not the fruit trees, it’s the dairy. And today’s water cuts will only return extraction to 1995 levels. How have we become so irrationally water-dependent at the expense of biodiversity in the Murray? Between 1995 and 2000, there was … Continue reading