Category Archives: Carbon economics

More treeconomics

So I sat and I thought and as I sat and I thought, well, I thought: “It’s ongoing, isn’t it?” And then, as I sat some more, I thought some more: “And as it’s ongoing, that means its effects are … Continue reading

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More trees, please………

This is like proceedings of a select international conference and is a follow up to the series of articles which arose in similar circumstances two years ago. It’s a global sampler of interested and interesting participants, responding to an article … Continue reading

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“Burn our planet or face financial meltdown. Not much of a choice.”

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/apr/21/carbon-problems-financial-crisis-hutton Very simply and to paraphrase for those of you who have so little time that you cannot spare ten minutes to scan the above Will Hutton assessment it runs like this: “We lost and we’re all doomed”. or “The … Continue reading

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