Sunday, October 17, 2010



i get so down and out reading and worrying about the plight of the earth, that on the rare occasion i read about something good being done, it's like breathing a huge sigh of relief. this article is a reminder that there are still good people out there, and that they haven't given up the fight.

this article about former RAF pilot Jack Walters' idea of using the idea aerial bombardment techniques to reforest the earth is from The Guardian. 

"He said a man on the ground can plant 1,000 trees a day. 'If we are going to combat global warming by collecting carbon in the wood of trees, we will want millions of them a year. Airborne planting is probably the only way.'"
"In five years he believes that his company could be planting a billion trees a year - enough to reforest 3,000 square miles."

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