> I am surprised to see the emphasis so strongly on the limitation of CO2
> emission from fossil fuel consumption rather than on the means to
> sequester more of the CO2. A few years ago, an agronomist made the
> claim that a one percent change in organic matter content on an acre is
> equivalent to the standing biomass on an acre of rainforest. If this is
> true, then the soil-restoring principals of the organic and permaculture
> folks may be addressing the global warming scenario a lot more
> practically than the advocates of restricted fossil fuel consumption are.
> By all means, we should strive for greater energy efficiency. Also, it is
> clearly elitist and greedy for we in the developed world to grab the black
> gold and slurp it down so the less privileged can't have it too. But, I
> don't think this will ultimately have a lot to do with the global warming
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