James Lovelock profile BBC4

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If you didn't see the James Lovelock profile on BBC4 last night then I really recommend it ( click here to see it on iPlayer - I don't think it's available outside the UK). The real star was the 90 year old Lovelock himself who told his story with good humour. Btw you can see my profile of Lovelock on Green Gurus here. Tags: james lovelock gaia theory bbc

How Humanity can act on Moving Planet Day

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A key sponsor is 350.org which wants atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration to be no more than 350 parts per million (ppm). 300.org, which demands that atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) be returned ASAP to 300 parts per million (ppm) from the current 394 ppm (increasing at 2.4 Both Dr James Lovelock FRS (Gaia hypothesis) and Professor Kevin Anderson (Director, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of Manchester, UK) have recently estimated that only about 0.5

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Climate Racism, Climate Injustice & Copenhagen Greenhouse Gas Reduction Proposals

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The bottom line in the Copenhagen Climate Summit should be (a) equal per capita greenhouse gas emissions for everyone and (b) an additional but equitable penalty for First World countries for their disproportionately huge historical contribution to atmospheric carbon pollution. A return to circa 300 ppm CO2 will mean drawdown of CO2 from the atmosphere i.e. NEGATIVE CO2 emissions are inescapably required.

The Earth is a Sentient Living Organism

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James Lovelock published in a book in 1979 providing many useful lessons about the interaction of physical, chemical, geological, and biological processes on Earth. James Hutton (1726-1797), the father of geology, once described the Earth as a kind of superorganism.

THE BIOCHAR DEBATE – Book Review

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by James Bruges published by Green Books November 2009 ISBN 978 1 900322 67 6 210mm x 148mm 96pp in b&w paperback £8.00 available in the USA via Chelsea Green Books “There is one way we could save ourselves [from global heating] and that is through the massive burial of charcoal.