How we can stop global warming

Discussion in 'Green Business' started by Devvert, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. alan1302

    alan1302 UKBF Ace Free Member

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    What do I change the light to? Darkness?

    I drive the Ferrari less and use the Aston more -is that good?

    I recycle more as I now buy more.

    I have tyres...are they the same thing? Mine are black.

    I have cold drinks so all good there.

    If I avoid lots of packaging how can I recycle more?

    Which way should I adjust it?

    Have planted those now.

    How can I use the device if it is turned off?
     
    Posted: Jun 13, 2019 By: alan1302 Member since: Jun 2, 2018
  2. The Byre

    The Byre UKBF Legend Full Member

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    I'm using a giant water-cooled workstation just to brows this forum. It saves energy as I don't need to turn on the radiator in my office!
     
    Posted: Jun 13, 2019 By: The Byre Member since: Aug 13, 2013
  3. paulears

    paulears UKBF Big Shot Full Member

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    Efforts to 'cure' global warming by individual members of the public I firmly believe to be tokenism. In fact, perhaps even pointless - BUT - it's a good green ethic to have and aspire to. Sadly, until Countries and governments do something in quantity, turning the bathroom light off is going to do absolutely nothing, when you see HUGE wastes of energy, deforestation on a country wide scale overseas and other ecological disasters. look not at fossil fuel, and nuclear powered power stations, look at who uses the power they produce. Look at how much electricity steel making consumes? Countries have choices, citizens don't.
     
    Posted: Jun 13, 2019 By: paulears Member since: Jan 7, 2015
  4. Mr D

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    Great.
    I changed a bulb last week, the old one had gone and I was down to 2 lights in this room.
    Drive less? I suppose I could simply book a taxi more often. Kinda expensive and there aren't any in this village so will have to drive to pick me up.
    Recycle more? Unlikely - the recycle bin gets filled up then emptied, no space for recycling more unless I drive a couple of miles each way to the tip every week. With time sat in a car queue with engine running...
    Check tyres - yes, still got one on each wheel.
    Use less hot water - not sure how this is done when wanting a cup of hot tea. Or perhaps mean shower once a week? Not sure workmates would want that.
    Adjust your thermostat? Good idea, bit cool today. Up a degree it goes. Saves me wearing a hoodie.
    Plant a tree - good idea, then will have my own fuel for a wood burning stove.
    Turn off electronic devices - while reading the list on one.... Lets see, mobile phone is on, router is on, TV is on, alarm is on. Not sure if anything can be switched off.
     
    Posted: Jun 13, 2019 By: Mr D Member since: Feb 12, 2017
  5. Jasondb

    Jasondb UKBF Regular Free Member

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    For me the real issue is cutting down huge swathes of the rain forest. A Decade ago they were cutting down in Brazil alone an area the size of Wales and now they say the size of Belgium. The forests absorb C02 and give out Oxygen. For me we can only tinker, I don't think fossil fuels are the main culprit it is deforestation yet due to massive population growth in 3rd world countries I see little hope for the future in this regard. Even if we go to electric cars we will need to generate huge amounts of extra electricity.
     
    Posted: Jun 13, 2019 By: Jasondb Member since: Apr 23, 2018
  6. Petra Dlabacova

    Petra Dlabacova UKBF Newcomer Free Member

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    I think the current situation globally gives our planet little break from the human interaction but not for long. The global worming is more than real. At the same time the nature is very strong and can adapt, as long as the humans start living with the nature rather than using it for all its recourses. We can be really disrespectful in many cases.
     
    Posted: Apr 3, 2020 By: Petra Dlabacova Member since: Mar 31, 2020
  7. Mr D

    Mr D UKBF Legend Free Member

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    Great, we start living with nature.
    That's what? 7 billion to die and the rest roam the countryside in small bands living off the land and huddling in caves in the winter?

    Worked once, it can work again. Won't stop global warming though, or global cooling.
     
    Posted: Apr 3, 2020 By: Mr D Member since: Feb 12, 2017
  8. alan1302

    alan1302 UKBF Ace Free Member

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    Will stop man made climate change if you got rid of 7 billion people though. You could pass your idea on to Greta.
     
    Posted: Apr 3, 2020 By: alan1302 Member since: Jun 2, 2018
  9. Evenesece

    Evenesece UKBF Newcomer Free Member

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    we certainly do a huge impact on our planet and nature, and I believe there are so many ways we could make it better. Even the fact that the products, wrappings, making recycling more popular, even the smallest things count. Although some solutions are yet to be found to the bigger problem.
     
    Posted: Apr 15, 2020 By: Evenesece Member since: Apr 15, 2020
  10. MY OFFICE IN CHINA

    MY OFFICE IN CHINA UKBF Legend Full Member

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    Create a virus.

    No cars

    No trains

    No ships

    No planes

    Just birds singing.

    Just what Greta wanted . . . . . . . .now that's a conspiracy theory, if ever there was one!
     
    Posted: Apr 15, 2020 By: MY OFFICE IN CHINA Member since: Nov 16, 2011
  11. Mr D

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    Could always stop making stuff especially to throw away.

    Anyone purchased bin bags? You spend money buying stuff that you will only throw away!
     
    Posted: Apr 15, 2020 By: Mr D Member since: Feb 12, 2017
  12. DontAsk

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    Frequently since they stopped giving away carrier bags. No one thought that one through. Double use carrier bag is now replaced by a single use bin bag.
     
    Posted: Apr 15, 2020 By: DontAsk Member since: Jan 7, 2015
  13. alan1302

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    Overall less plastic is used though so hits its goal for what it wanted to do.
     
    Posted: Apr 15, 2020 By: alan1302 Member since: Jun 2, 2018