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Stanford professor Noah Diffenbaugh is using real-time, online video chat to engage the public in discussions of climate science

  • Paul

    If human occupancy of earth has influenced climate, the greatest contribution was and is man-made fires that destroy chlorophyll and dump vast quantities of CO2 and pollutants and particles into the atmosphere. A study done in Africa shows that each family collects and burns 14 kilos of wood per day. The fires in Sumatra alone emit more CO2 each year than all the cars and trucks in the world. If we are serious about greenhouse gas emissions and their recapture by biomasses, then the focus must be on population control and non-fossil fuel burning in UNDEVELOPED countries.