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We can shut down coal fired power plants, put solar panels on our roofs, but do we don't have any chance at beating (worldwide) population growth. I think you already answered your question over there. What bad energy-related effects does population growth have if the energy is produced by solar panels? The answer is: none. Some could say well you can't ...


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You are right; having a child is by many orders of magnitude the largest CO2 source. The reason this is not addressed currently is because, politicians still have all the power and will only do popular things. Population control is unpopular. Therefore it doesn't and won't happen. Sad isn't it......the planet can easily be saved, but because we leave the ...


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Any time you want to give money to a charity, you should do some basic research on how the charity spends donated money. Some charities spend over 90% of donated funds on charitable works, with minimal overhead, others spend a lot of money on salaries and perks for executives, and some spend a lot of money on lobbying politicians or educating the public to ...


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It depends what you want the answer to be. I have planted about one thousand trees at a cost of no dollars, but a lot of time and muscle (seeds, cuttings, trees dug from woods, etc). On the other hand, one could easily spend thousands of dollars on a large balled and burlap tree requiring heavy equipment and labor to plant. An example of "from the woods" is:...


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There are different levels of service. In itself planting a tree is very easy and cheap, of the 3 billion trees in the UK, most drop thousands of seeds each year and some germinate all by themselves for free. On the other hand, planting seedlings can be done mechanically using a Damcon PL10 with four row attachment, you can plant 20,000 in a day, costing ...


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